Mozambique

Mozambique, the land of smiles!

Ever imagined what it would feel like to be treated like royalty? Enjoy endless fun on tropical islands, engaging in a horde of activities from scuba diving, snorkeling, water sports, fishing, sunbathing, swimming with dolphins, etc.

White beaches, turquoise blue sea where you can swim all day, tons of cray fish, shrimp and beer. Mozambique is arguably one of Southern Africa's top beach holiday.

Mozambique has not lost its African spirit. Because of the many palm trees, it is tropical green. The main road is the vein of everyday life. You'll see women who care about everything on their heads! It is a country with a strong Portuguese influence. Apartheid never played a role in this country, and that symbolizes the friendliness and openness of these people.

Some aspects to consider when traveling to Mozambique

Did you know that:

The whole Mozambique is regularly flooded due to its flat surface? Some of the rarest coral reefs are found in Mozambique? Mozambique's name is due to an Arab sheikh? Mozambique is a popular movie location?

Mozambique has a tropical climate. In the summer months, temperatures are around 25 to 35 degrees and in the winter months around 15 to 25 degrees. The best travel time is June, July, August and September are the best months to travel to Mozambique. This avoids the hot and rainy months.

You must have a passport that is valid for at least 6 months after leaving Mozambique. Vaccination against yellow fever is needed for Mozambique only if you visited a yellow fever country in the seven days before you visit the country. Tipping plays an important role in the economy of Mozambique as the locals’ wages are very low.

Enhance your Trip with?

  • Swim with Mantra Rays & Whale Sharks during the period September to February
  • Safari in Gorongosa National Park
  • Sailing in a traditional Dhow boat
  • Watch giant sea turtles come ashore to lay their eggs
  • Swim with wild dolphins, or go horse-riding on snow white beaches
  • Scuba & snorkeling some of the most unharmed reef ecosystems in the World