Tofo

Tofo beach is a surfers’ utopia. This iconic beach stretches from a rocky point in the south up towards Ponto do Barra and is frequented by locals and its African neighbours during summer break.

Dive with majestic Whale sharks and huge Manta rays in the south-east region. Discover an abundance of marine life, white beaches and blue skies, all of which makes Tofo the utopia it is.

This vibrant location was once a charming fishing village and now attracts hundreds of tourists to its warm weather and breath-taking views. Meet like-minded beach explorers around pub tables and in restaurants and share experiences over ice cold beers and platters of prawns. Watch the sun set into the ocean before you fall asleep cocooned in total bliss at one of the fabulous resorts.

Explore like a local through the street market where you can buy a range of items, including produce. If not, go fishing for King Mackerel, Dorado, Wahoo, Bonito and Yellow-fin Tuna during peak season (June to August), or enjoy a horse ride along the beach. There is something for everyone and we encourage guests to take time to visit the ecological centre which highlights the region’s sea life and encourages responsible tourism practise.  Also known as Praia do Tofo, the town lies on Ponto do Barra peninsula in Inhambane Province, a short distance from Inhambane town.