Mozambique beckons with its coastline and swaying palms, its traditions, its cultures, its vibe and – most of all – its opportunities for adventure. This enigmatic southeast African country is well off most travellers’ maps, but it has much to offer those who venture here: long, dune-fringed beaches, turquoise waters abounding in shoals of colourful fish, well-preserved corals, remote archipelagos in the north, pounding surf in the south and graceful dhows with billowing sails. Add to this colonial-style architecture, pulsating nightlife, an endlessly fascinating cultural mix and vast tracks of bush populated with elephants, lions and birds galore.

Discovering these attractions is not always easy, but it is unfailingly rewarding. Bring along some patience, a tolerance for long bus rides and a sense of adventure, and jump in for the journey of a lifetime.

What’s on offer in Mozambique?

Bazaruto Archipelago - Mozambique

Bazaruto Archipelago

The Bazaruto Archipelago is a wonderful tropical island get away with numerous accommodation options and plenty of activities on offer.

Quirimbas Archipelago - Mozambique

Quirimbas Archipelago

The Quirimbas Archipelago consists of a magnificent chain of more than 25 coral islands, which escaped the 20th century with almost no development and home to some of the most unspoilt beaches and corals anywhere in the world, providing breath-taking views of the abundant array of the marine life that Mozambique has to offer. The area is renowned for its high quality dive sites, many with exceptional drop-offs.

Gorongosa National Park - Mozambique

Gorongosa National Park

The focus of a National Geographic film entitled ‘Africa’s Lost Eden’, the Gorongosa National Park – with its cobalt-blue lagoons, wide open savannah and forested mountains studded with waterfalls – is indeed an earthly paradise, nestled beneath the towering peak of Mount Gorongosa. Activities offered by the park include game drives, supervised game treks, waterfall hikes, sundowner excursions and birding safaris.

Niassa National Reserve - Mozambique

Niassa National Reserve

Mozambique’s biggest conservation area and one of the largest on the continent, Niassa extends over an area twice the size of Wales. It protects an amazingly rich and varied wildlife population, including lion, leopard, antelope, elephant, warthogs, buffalo, hippo, wild dog, hyena and most notably, three endemic species – Niassa wildebeest, Boehm’s zebra, and Johnston’s impala.

Maputo - Mozambique


With its beautiful art décor architecture and its amazing setting on a hill overlooking Maputo Bay, Maputo was once the Riviera of Southern Africa. The old charm and African Portuguese mix in the people and the food are plain to see.

Inhambane - Mozambique


This quaint seaside town, the capital of Imhambane Province, is known for its wide, almost land-locked bay and its beautiful but crumbling Portuguese architecture. Points of interest include the vibrant local market and the nearly two-century old Cathedral of our Lady of Concepti. Located within easy driving distance of Inhambane are the popular beach destinations of Barra, Tofu and Guinjata Bay, which offer excellent snorkelling, diving and fishing.

Central Mozambique


Bustling and vibrant, Mozambique’s second-largest city is a tropical melting pot of African, Eastern and European influences that impart a uniquely eclectic flavour. It has an effervescent nightlife focused on its many cafés and bars, several beautiful historical buildings, and a number of lovely white sand beaches, including Macuti, located in the trendiest part of town.

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Fast Facts

BEST TIME TO VISIT: Mozambique has a tropical climate therefore making it a year round destination. June to October is the dry season with almost no rain and clear, sunny days and less humidity. October to April are the summer months when the days are hot and balmy with rains falling largely between November and March.


VISAS: British passport holders do require a visa to enter Mozambique and it is advisable to obtain this prior to arrival in the country. A return air ticket a confirmed hotel reservation is also required. Passports must be valid for 6 months from the visa issue date and have at least 2 blank pages.

LANGUAGE: English, Portuguese, local dialects.

CURRENCY: Mozambican Metical, South African Rand or US Dollar.

FLIGHT INFORMATION: Fly to Maputo or Vilancutos via Johannesburg or Kruger Mpumulanga Airport (South Africa).

FLYING TIME FROM UK: Approx 13 hours.

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