Uembje Lagoon

Tucked behind the beach is the wonderful 27 km long San Martin estuary, also known as Lagoa Uembje.

Bilene Beach

Bilene Beach offers an extensive stretch of white sandy beach.

Whale Watching & Turtle Cliff

Well known for its turtle and whale watching, a 1.5km walk from the lagoon mouth takes you to Turtle Cliff where you will be treated to a panoramic 360° view.

Turtle Watching

Witness a fascinating display of nature when Leather-Back and Loggerhead turtles visit our beaches to nest their eggs during the months between November and March.

Local Bilene Market

Local Market where you can buy a variety of goods and souvenirs such as art & crafts, sarongs, necklaces, dresses, swimsuits, local t-shirts, hats, food supplies, canvas paintings, portuguese rolls, fresh fish, alcoholic and non-alcholic drinks and more


The lagoon and inland lakes are home to many water birds and where large flocks of black winged flamingo gather during the summer.

Restaurants & Bars

Bilene has over 10 walk-in restaurants and beach bars for you to indulge at. Beach bars have a great vibe and get busy on the weekend with good music, dancing and Mozambique’s most popular drinks (Tipo Tinto Rum, 2M, Laurentina, Txilar)

Cocktail Bars

There are numerous cocktail bars in Bilene, most of which are in the lodges themselves. Enjoy sipping on a cocktail as a sundowner and indulge in a delicious meal whilst admiring great views of Bilene.