The pearl of the Indian Ocean; Mozambique boasts 2 500 km of pristine beachfront on the mainland, with a string of beautiful and idyllic tropical islands, glittering like jewels in the warm waters of the Indian Ocean. Soft, white sandy beaches lined with coconut palms stretch as far as the eye can see.
Mozambique has remained an exclusive destination as many of its islands and mainland beaches are isolated and secluded, offering travelers the ultimate escape.
There are no golf courses or shopping malls here, but the unspoiled natural beauty, intriguing history, fascinating culture and rich marine life have pushed the country to the top of the list for adventurers, honeymooners and scuba divers.
Fly one of the most pristine coastlines on earth and track the northerly migration of large and endangered marine life from above.
Cruise the enchanted islands of Ilha de Mozambique, Bazaruto and Quirimbas in a traditional dhow.
Explore the azure waters, bountiful marine life and idyllic accommodation that await those visiting the five islands that make up Mozambique’s Bazaruto Archipelago.
Spot an assortment of endangered marine life from a traditional dhow, on a scuba adventure or from above in a light aircraft or helicopter. Expect to see whale sharks, manta rays, leatherback turtles, humpback whales and the very rare dugong.
Visit the Quirimbas Archipelago in Mozambique's far north, take your pick of thirty two idyllic islands and experience a plethora of spectacular marine wildlife. The magnificent Quirimbas National Park offers nature lovers the opportunity to explore a vast expanse of enchanted forests.
The Quirimbas and Ilha de Mozambique boast enormous cultural and historical value and a more authentic experience to Zanzibar. The islands represent a melting-pot of Portuguese, Arabian and African influences, while historic landmarks such as the old fort on Ibo Island tell tales of gold, salt, slaves, pirates and the ivory trade.
Frequently asked questions
How do I get to & around Mozambique?
The capital of Mozambique is Maputo and is accessible from Mauritius, South Africa or Kenya. There are daily regional flights from South Africa to Maputo, Vilanculos (Bazaruto) and Pemba (Quirimbas). Local air or boat charters will get you the rest of the way.
How long should I spend in Mozambique?
A week is a good length of stay in Mozmabique and it is wise to add more days for those who live for water activities, wish to experience off-the-beaten track safarias or to vsiti the art deco inspired capital city of Maputo
When is best to travel in Mozambique?
Even when the weather in Mozambique is bad, it's still pretty good. During the wet season rain is usually limited to brief downpours, though avoid travelling to the south during cyclone season in January and February. From April to November the weather is essentially perfect with long sunny days, little rain and low humidity. This is also the best time for flying and for diving.
What attractions and experiences will I find in Mozambique?
Palm fringed beaches, turquoise waters and fluorescent coral reefs, the ultimate beach holiday. It is a beach lovers haven and an ideal spot for those who want to relax and soak up some sun. Discover incredible beaches, great food and wine, fishing, horse riding, sailing, snorkelling and fascinating history.
What is the political and economic climate of Mozambique?
Mozambique is a secure destination. With proper planning and precuations Mozambique is a wonderful destination to travel and you will be rewarded as one of the first to experience this incredible country.
What essential information should I know before visiting Mozambique?
Health: anti-malarials are required. We recommend you visit your travel doctor for the latest information on travel vaccines