Rani Investment is expected to complete its residential and office development, Torres Rani, built along the oceanfront of Mozambique’s capital, Maputo, on scheduled in November 2015. Torres Rani, the group’s latest real estate development project in Mozambique, is part of a $206 million joint venture with Minor Hotel Group announced in August 2014. The development includes the Radisson Blu Hotel, Maputo, an upscale 154-key property, operational since January 2013.
Luis Pinheiro, chief executive, Rani Resorts, speaks to Breaking Travel News at the World Travel Awards Africa Gala Ceremony hosted by Safari Park Hotel & Casino, Kenya.
Mozambique truly is a destination with something for everyone, from family holidays to limousine sized indulgences for the privileged few. The best way to enjoy the destination is to play pick and mix with the treasures on offer, combining activity with quiet, wildlife with marine life and ocean with mountainside. Here Breaking Travel News takes a look at what is on offer with Rani Resorts across the country.