Azure blue waters, perfect white sandy beaches, idyllic islands, traditional dhow cruises, incredible diving and deep sea fishing – this is Mozambique.
Looking for the still untouched and raw beach holiday, then Mozambique is the place. Whether is bustling Maputo with its Portuguese flair or the subsistence fishing villages on the islands, the people are friendly, the seafood is great and the simple Mozambiqcan lifestyle offers a true relaxation holiday.
Mozambique’s amazing number of whale sharks, manta rays, dolphins, turtles, coral fish and reefs offers a diving experience not to be missed. For those fishermen don’t miss out on the opportunity to catch a marlin.
WHEN TO GO TO MOZAMBIQUE
Mozambique has a tropical climate and is warm all year round. The best time to travel is in the dry winter months between April and November. The rainy season starts from end of November and it can be very hot and humid in December and January with tropical cyclone time Jan – March.
If you are going for diving the Migrating humpback whales are in these waters from June to September, and the best time to see whale sharks is from October to early December.
If you are going for fishing the best time for Marlin fishing is September – January and the best time for sail fish is May – September.
CLOSEST AIRPORTS : Maputo, Vilanculos
LANGUAGE SPOKEN : English
CURRENCY : Mozambique Meticais *USD commonly accepted
HIGHLIGHTS OF MOZAMBIQUE
2500 km of palm lined, untouched white sandy beaches to discover
Some of the most pristine dive sites in the world
The best Big Game Fishing for Marlin and Sail fish in the world
Robinson Crusoe-type, ‘banda on the beach’ accommodation
Incredible marine wildlife including turtles, humpback whales, manta rays, dolphins and the rare dugong
Fascinating history of gold, slaves, ivory and pirates
Romantic picnic on Pansy island in the Bazaruto archipelago
Diving the drop off at Nuarro lodge
Swimming with the wild dolphins at Ibo Island Lodge
Turtle tracking on the incredible Quilalea archilego
Incredible seafood dining on the beach with the water lapping around you
Search for the once extinct dugong ( sea elephant)
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