Pambele is located in the Vilanculos Wildlife Sanctuary on the San Sebastien Peninsula in the south eastern coast of Mozambique. The waters directly in front of the property are part of the Bazaruto Marine National Park.

This archipelago became a National Park in 1971 and there is a wide abundance of reef fish, Surgeon, Moorish Idols, Parrot, Angel and Butterfly fish to name but a few. Giant Turtles, Game fish and Devil rays are regularly seen and for the lucky few, the elusive Dugong. Schools of dolphins are regularly seen as well as the spectacular Whale sharks and humpbacks at the right time of the year.

All live free in this conservation paradise, proclaimed a National Park and recognised as a Gift to the Earth by the WWF

The whole area, both land and sea is beautifully unspoilt, tranquil and devoid of any trappings of commercial tourism

Pambele itself is nestled on the edge of the pristine sands on the shore line of the San Sebastien Peninsula which forms part of the Vilanculos Wildlife Sanctuary. The waters are part of the Bazaruto Marine National Park .