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relax your mind, Relax your soul

Located just off the coast of Barra, SOLIFE Lodge offers a look into the traditional living of the residents of Mozambique.

There is no better family holiday accommodation in Mozambique than Solife Lodge. Our spacious self-catering chalets are made from naturally occurring materials of the environment while providing an authentic yet comfortable and memorable experience. 

SOLife Lodge is situated a mere 10 minute walk from the beach and a 20 minute drive from Tofo Beach, which offers a wide variety of exciting activities for both the adventurous and the timid.



About praia da barra

Barra is a small community of diverse people who are brought together on the beaches around the bay as a tight knit family, making it the perfect holiday destination where you can kick off your shoes and become a part of the sand, the sea and the people that make Barra magic!

The village is close to Inhambane, the local markets, an airport and everything you may need during your stay.​ SOLife Lodge and its surroundings are sure to leave you feeling revived, exhilarated and excited for your next visit!

top reasons to choose Solife Lodge

Why Choose Us

Live Amidst Nature

Feel and experience nature in its fullest glory to refresh yourself.

Traditional Living

Experience the charm of Barra heritage that have been preserved throughout the ages.

Family Friendly

The calm and comfortable environment will make your family feel at home.

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