Welcome to Casa Rex
Casa Rex now offers travelers a sublime stopover in Vilankulos, aimed at providing choice accommodation and delectable dining to the discerning traveler or businessman.
Reminiscent of a gracious era and with its buildings encompassed in lush gardens, Casa Rex overlooks the southern-central section of Vilankulo Bay and the Bazaruto Archipelago, a World Heritage Site.
Accommodation is charming, decorated in an individual style with an emphasis in the lounge and dining areas on custom crafted wood furniture and fittings.With bathroom en-suite, all rooms offer a breezy perspective of the bay. For maximum comfort, mosquito nets are hung and windows are fitted with shutters against the occasional rain shower.
Casa Rex is not close to swimming beaches, being high up on a promontory, but has stunning views over Vilanculos Bay, and two lovely swimming pools. Excursions and day trips, with diving / fishing, can be arranged with the management of Casa Rex.
Rates startpp per night
- Premium Room on a Bed & Breakfast basis.
Current special: Stay 5 nights, pay for only 4 nights!
Valid until 15 December 2014 (excl. August)
Honeymoon Specials also available, and include:
- Bottle of bubbly on arrival
- Romantic tropical turndown
- Breakfast on the verandah on the first morning
- Romantic Dhow trip to the azure sand banks of the Indian Ocean – Half day trip including gourmet picnic
- A romantic star deck dinner on one evening (a la carte menu rates apply)
- A Casa Rex gift as a memento of your honeymoon
- Deep-sea Fishing
- Scuba Diving
- Sailaway dhow safaris
- Whale watching (in season)
- Kite surfing (beginner courses & advanced lessons)
- SUP – Stand Up Paddling
- Horse Riding
- Cultural guided tours
- Taxi Service
“Thank you for the follow up ! They had an absolutely Awesome trip – no complaints at all and not a huge amount of feedback! But they did enjoy themselves.
Heather” (booked clients July 2012)
(2014-07-18) Foreign nationals traveling to Mozambique should be aware of newly enforced entry requirements to obtain a visa in advance of arrival in the country. With the exception of nationals from a few neighboring countries, all foreigners traveling to the country require a visa.
Officially, since 2003 foreigners traveling to Mozambique have been instructed to obtain a visa in advance if they are arriving from a country that has a Mozambique embassy. Travelers arriving from other countries without Mozambican representation have been able to purchase single-entry visitors’ visas valid for 30 days at the airport or other points of entry for $82. Unofficially, until recently almost all foreigners have been permitted to purchase these visas on arrival. The only factor being different from obtaining a visa in advance was that the ‘visto de fronteira’ was $25 more expensive and limited to a single entry.
This is no longer the case. Foreigners arriving without a visa from a country with a Mozambican mission will likely be denied entry and sent to South Africa or another country on the next available flight. Many U.S. citizens have recently been denied entry and deported. The U.S. Embassy strongly recommends that all U.S. citizens obtain visas in advance from the Mozambique Embassy in Washington DC or another country. In practice, even Americans arriving from a country without a Mozambican diplomatic presence are sometimes being denied entry if arriving without a visa.
Travelers to Mozambique should also pay careful attention to other requirements of their visas and be prepared to show any documentation which accompanied their applications. U.S. citizens have been denied entry for not being able to produce an invitation letter, other requested documentation, or correctly completed arrival forms.