What you should know


  • Bedrooms are serviced on a daily basis
  • Washing of dishes
  • Washing and tumble drying facilities
  • Camp is serviced and kept clean
  • Fish are cleaned and filleted for you (Please remember to bring your own plastic bags for packaging purposes)
  • Boats and jet skis are washed and are looked after during the change of tides
  • A guard is on duty during the night to watch over the boats and jet skis.


  • Your own food
  • Your own liquor and refreshments
  • Drinking water
  • Charcoal
  • Toilet paper and toilet spray
  • Towels
  • Toiletries
  • Mosquito repellant
  • Cleaning materials for kitchen and dish washing liquid
  • Double plugs
  • Sticker with yellow triangle on blue background to be attached at the back right and front right of motor vehicles and trailers
  • Yellow reflective jacket for driver of motor vehicle (Law in Mozambique)
  • 2 x red triangles (Law in Mozambique)
  • Fuel - Refuel at Kwankwanazi before entering through Ponta border post
  • Refuel in Maputo before leaving for Camp Carlos with your boat.
  • Motor vehicle registration papers or permission from owner of vehicle if the vehicle is not your own.
  • Passports - visums are not required for SA Citizens
  • Remember all the essential papers for your boat or Jet-ski
  • Patience and humor
  • Soap (personal use) Bio Wash-balls are supplied for washing of clothes.


  • Cellphone reception
  • Ice
  • Friendly & Helpful Staff
  • Linen
  • 24 hour electricity
  • Air-conditioning in all the bedrooms.
  • Bio Wash-balls are supplied for washing.

EMERGENCY SERVICES:  Bernie 084 309 3810 (helicopter)

REMEMBER: There are mosquitoes - it is a malaria area.


  • Shops
  • Access for vehicles to the camp.
  • Parking is available at R30 per vehicle per day where Santos will pick  you up with the rubber duck.