Mozambique is well known for its stunning beaches, excellent diving spots and magical offshore islands. Go snorkelling around the Bazaruto Archipelago, sail through mangrove channels or laze under the palms in the Quirimbas Archipelago. If the African experience is what you are after, take an offbeat safari in the wilderness of the Gorongosa National Park.
With its upbeat atmosphere, overflowing markets, friendly locals and 2.500km of undiscovered coastline it is clear why Mozambique is fast becoming the gem of Africa and the perfect location for couples wishing to be left alone to enjoy a romantic honeymoon with a twist.
The country’s rich Portuguese-influenced traditions are still evident with many colonial and European influences evident in the countries architecture, colourful culture and mouth-watering cuisine. Ilha de Mocambique allows one to go back in time with its cobbled streets and stately colonial-era buildings, whilst Maputo’s bustling streets can be viewed from one of the cities many side walk cafes or jazz bars.
The country is divided into two topographical regions by the great Zambezi River. The south offers a vast choice of accommodation for all price ranges and easy access due to the stable roads and various methods of transport to choose from. The southern region also provides an assortment of water activities such as snorkelling, diving and fishing along a coastline that can only be described as postcard ready.
The north of the Zambezi offers its guests an opportunity to get in touch with their adventurous side, allowing one the chance to experience one of Africa’s last frontiers hands on. With its paradisiac coastal panoramas and endless sense of space, the northern region hosts some of the continent’s most idyllic island lodges, which provide comfort when one needs a break from their wild surroundings.
With the country focusing on upgrading and the opening of several national parks, not only is Mozambique seen as a beach holiday but a safari experience as well. Just another feature, which makes this coastal country an ideal spot for every member of the family.
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Largest city and capital in Mozambique, known as “City of Acacias”
Vilanculos, Inhassoro & Bazaruto
Protected reefs, abundant marine life and uncrowded dive sites
Limpopo Valley & Inhambane
Historic town with colonial architecture and stronge Portuguese influence
Gorongosa National Park
One of world’s most dramatic geological features and bio diverse places
Ilha De Mocambique
Previous capital of Portuguese East Africa, now world heritage site
A group of 27 islands situated off Mozambiques north eastern shore
Limpopo Valley & Inhambane
Hotel Casa Do Capitao
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