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Tsogo Sun has opened Tete Ferry Sun in Mozambique’s Tete Province, the group’s second hotel in the country.

The hotel is on the banks of the Lower Zambezi and offers accommodation to suit single travellers and groups. 

Accommodation comprises 108 one-bedroom villas, 28 two-bedroom villas and seven three-bedroom villas. The villas have a lounge, private dining area, kitchenette and en-suite bathrooms. 

There are two conference facilities on the property – Rio Zambezi, which can cater for up to 120 delegates, and Cahora Bassa, a smaller boardroom-style venue for up to 18 people.

The A Brasa Restaurant offers live cooking demonstrations over an open Brazilian-style grill. It offers a wide selection of dishes throughout the day, such as traditional Mozambican espetadas, beef burgers, wood-fired pizzas and steaks. 

“Tete is a growing destination, particularly for business travellers, and this new hotel will offer completely unique accommodation,” says Bruce Chapman, gm of Southern Sun Maputo


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