- Explore the extensive coral reefs teeming with marine life
- Unwind on the beaches of Bazaruto and the Quirimbas
- Go on safari drives in Gorongosa National Park
- Discover the bustling markets of Maputo
A TROPICAL PARADISE
Mozambique is one of Africa’s best-kept secrets. Blending adventure and relaxation, Mozambique offers idyllic islands with sandy, palm-fringed beaches and several protected nature reserves to explore. The Indian Ocean coast boasts some of the best coral reefs on the continent containing abundant marine life, including whale and dolphin watching opportunities.
- Mozambique has an extensive coastline lapped by the waters of the Indian Ocean. To the north, the coastline gives way to hills and low plateau with the Mashonaland plateau and Lebombo mountains to the south.
- There are 43 languages spoken throughout Mozambique with Portuguese being the official and most widely spoken language. English is often spoken in urban and tourist areas. Most indigenous languages are of Bantu origin. Of these languages, the most popularly spoken Makhuwa.
- Mozambique has a tropical climate with year-round sunny skies. The best time to travel to Mozambique is during the winter months from May to November as the temperatures are cooler and the least chance of rainfall.
Tropical islands, warm aquamarine waters and sandy, palm-fringed beaches... Add to that some of the world's best Ocean Safaris, and you have Mozambique!
Our team are always on the lookout for the best experiences Mozambique has to offer, here are a few our favourites:
- Bazaruto Archipelago
- Gorongosa National Park
- Praia do Tofo
- Maputo Special Reserve
- Ponta de Ouro Protected Marine Area
- Ilha de Mozambique
White-sand beaches and unspoiled nature make Bazaruto a truly magical place to visit. The marine reserve is one of the largest protected areas in the Indian Ocean.
With floodplain, savanna and woodland ecosystems, this resurgent national park is now home to a large diversity of wildlife, thanks to the Carr Foundation.
Tofo is a great beach destination. Dive with whale sharks, manta rays, dolphins and migratory humpback whales in the clear Indian Ocean waters.
Part of the Lubombo Transfrontier Conservation Area, the Maputo Special Reserve is now a thriving wildlife area, thanks to its rewilding programme.
The Ponta de Ouro Protected Marine Area ecosystem is characterised by a warm sea and scenic coral reefs with diverse marine life.
Discover an eclectic fusion of African, Arab and European culture, architecture and history in the World Heritage Site of Ilha de Mozambique.