We have it all! As well as wonderful activities on the water, we also have beachfront houses for you to stay in and make the most of your time with us.

The outstanding location of Jays Pro Dive Centre and Palm Resort makes it easy for you to experience the best the Mozambican coastline has to offer right on your doorstep, or to adventure around and explore the history of the surrounding towns. We offer our guests an array of activities, like diving, snorkeling, sea safaris, fishing, canoeing, surfing, and tours hosted by locals. Diving is rated a must! Palm Resort is home to Manta Reef, one of the best dive sites in the world and one the PADI bucket list dive sites.

At Palm Resort, guests can expect to find affordable accommodation, Jay’s Pro Dive Center and Upper Deck Restaurant. The accommodation is built in and around the palm trees, minimizing their effect on the environment and seamlessly blending in. Being in a safe, low crime area, guests are able to take long walks on the beach at any time of the day, leave their doors open for fresh air during the evening, and feel at ease throughout their stay.


Palm Resort is easily accessible by road. Guests should note that the roads are tarred until you reach a red sand road which travels through cashew and coconut plantations for 22km to the resort. 4×4 vehicles are advisable (see FAQ). There are scheduled flights that operate to and from Inhambane Airport weekly, approximately 30km from the resort. Shuttles can be arranged from the airport on request.

 Shuttles can be arranged from the airport on request.

For guests travelling in their own vehicles, take note of the following:

  1. Bring registration books or documents, as they are requested upon arrival at the border post.
  2. If the driver is not the registered owner of the vehicle, then a vehicle authorisation letter is required.

Please note, in Mozambique vehicles drive on the left hand side of the road and by law all vehicles are to have two reflective triangles and a reflective vest in the case of an emergency.

For all guests, whether you are travelling with a vehicle or not:

  1. A valid passport or visa document is required for guests to enter the country, and should be valid during the duration of your stay.
  2. All visitors, except those from neighbouring countries (South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Botswana, Malawi, Mauritius, Zambia and Zimbabwe) need a visa. Guests from other countries can purchase a visa upon arrival in Mozambique, either at the airport or at the border post.


At Palm Resort we ensure that your stay isn’t only unforgettable but also comfortable. Our affordable self-catering accommodation allows you to unwind from life’s daily pressures and enjoy the simplicity of life.

There are 4 casas, 9 sea view cabanas, 6 non-sea view cabanas and 3 camping barracas. Each unit is strategically placed amongst the palm trees, fitting in with the environment and offering guests privacy. Palm Resort has tried to use locally made products to add handmade finishes such as woven baskets and local fabrics. This not only suits the location but also helps to uplift the community.

(4-6 sleeper, 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom)
Our self-catering cabanas are strategically situated amongst the palm trees of the resort allowing guests to have privacy and their own ocean view. The rooms are built with Mozambican heat in mind, thus fitted with large windows and open roof trusses ensuring the rooms are kept cool.

(8-10 sleeper, 4 bedroom, 4 en-suite bathrooms) ​
Our self-catering casas have four bedrooms each leading off a joint living area that opens onto our signature woven thatch roofed deck perfect for a morning cuppa to watch the sunrise. The rooms boast panoramic sea views and are all equipped with mosquito nets for an undisturbed sleep.