Inhassoro

Inhassoro is a sleepy little fishing village some 94km (58 miles) to the north of Vilanculos and just 15km (9 miles) from the EN1.  It has a service station, but the pumps often run dry.  Inhassoro boasts a camp site with seasonal scuba and ski-boat fishing facilities, two hotels, a handful of beach lodges , a bus terminus, a few restaurants, general stores, a marketplace, a health post offering basic nursing service, a police station and a short grass airstrip a stone’s throw from the bairros, so expect goats and children to be hazards if attempting to land here.

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