How we spent it: the changing face of luxury

The appeal of “stuff” has lessened. Special experiences matter more. It’s why, for instance, LVMH a world leader in quality goods is buying up hotels and building up its leisure portfolio. Tacked on to the search for transformative experiences is the desire to learn. “There’s been a paradigm shift from the search for experiences to reach for something … Continue reading How we spent it: the changing face of luxury

Deloittes were delighted!

All good businesses know how important it is to ‘get out of the office’ in order to find the best direction, set goals and work on strategies for the future. Deloittes Moçambique with Blackslope SA, chose Ilha de Moçambique and Blue Zissou for their recent strategic offsite. Accommodation provided by Feitoria Boutique hotel. Tailor made … Continue reading Deloittes were delighted!

“unimpressive” really?

Last week we contacted a cruise ship company (won’t say which one) about their awful description of Ilha de Mozambique. In their online description of Ilha they said “… as you approach from the sea the island is unimpressive”. Really? “Unimpressive” are they joking? So, not impressed by the 1870’s Goa lighthouse perched on the … Continue reading “unimpressive” really?

Developing the destination image

It was so good to see the article focusing on Ilha De Mozambique in the latest Skyways inflight magazine. (Airlink. August 2019 edition). However, isn’t it about time we moved away from the tired old ‘land that time forgot’ trope or in this case the ‘out-of-the-way island’ cliché.  I’m not meaning to pick on Airlink, … Continue reading Developing the destination image

Heads Up! Mozambican Whale Watching is set to become big business.

Over the past month, 16 coastal towns South Africa and Mozambique have held festivals to announce the arrival of humpback whales journeying north along the migration route from Antarctica to the warmer waters of Mozambique. This program of festival events has been supported by the World Cetacean Alliance; an international partnership of over 90 businesses, … Continue reading Heads Up! Mozambican Whale Watching is set to become big business.