Our Videos

The Bazaruto Center for Scientific Studies (BCSS) films professional videos almost daily through its ongoing research programs, visitor activities, diving, expeditions and underwater observatories.

BCSS also enjoys good relations with global TV producers, cinema crews, and professional filmmakers who may allow footage to be used on the BCSS website and/or social media channels. Please ensure you read the License Our Imagery section and if in doubt Get In Touch to use BCSS media materials, including photos, videos, documentaries, commercials and aerial/helicopter shots.

BCSS Permaculture Workshop

At BCSS, we are happy to announce that we will be running a permaculture workshop from March 26-29, 2020, to help visitors gain the knowledge necessary to create self-sufficient living spaces.

BCSS Shark Tagging Project

At BCSS, we have been acoustically tagging migratory pelagic animals using VEMCO V16 tags in order to explore where they are going throughout the Bazaruto Archipelago. We want to see how much protection they are getting from the National Park, how they are using its waters, why do they come and stay here, and how far are they traveling beyond its boundaries.

Welcome to Paradise

Welcome to BCSS on Benguerra Island, a new scientific institution in the Bazaruto Archipelago which open to the public on December 12th 2017.

Inauguration on National TV

BCSS opened doors with a ceremony including the Inhambane governor, founders, authorities, staff and over 60 guests.

Enter Another World

This is an aerial trip on the most idyllic and overwhelming scenarios of the Bazaruto Archipelago.

Join the Action

Enjoy work in a unique & protected place on Earth where you can conduct or get involved in some of the most fascinating projects in Africa.

BCSS Official Presentation

The research station offers services including boat availability and scientific equipment in a unique area of the world.

BCSS Inauguration Ceremony

BCSS opened doors with a ceremony including the Inhambane governor, founders, authorities, staff and over 60 guests.