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Mozambique Holidays

Since the mid-1990′s Mozambique has been one of the highlights of many visitors’ trips to southern Africa. The major draw has been the 2,500 km long palm-fringed coastline which boasts numerous superb beaches fringed by lagoons, coral reefs and strings of small islands, whilst the remote Niassa Reserve and Gorongosa National Park are beginning to attract increasing numbers of safari enthusiasts.

Bazaruto Archipelago

Gorongosa National Park

Lugenda Wildlife Reserve

Maputo

Quirimbas Archipelago

Ponta Mamoli

Azura, Benguerra Island

Benguerra Lodge

Dugong Beach Lodge

Ibo Island Lodge

Indigo Bay

Londo Lodge

Marlin Lodge

Matemo Island Resort

Medjumbe Private Island

Pemba Beach Resort & Spa

Quilalea

Vamizi Island Lodge

White Pearl Resort

The extensive coral reefs host a dazzling array of marine life and the warm, blue waters of the Indian Ocean are a natural magnet for a relaxing break after a safari in Botswana, South Africa, Zambia or Zimbabwe.

Culturally Mozambique provides a contrast to other countries in the region with its blend of African, Arab and Portuguese influences, especially noticeable in the excellent Afro-Portuguese cuisine, and the Mediterranean charm lives on in a tropical African setting creating a warm and lively atmosphere.

Although the endless stretches of white sand and turquoise seas have been the main reason to visit Mozambique to date, the country’s game reserves and national parks are starting to come on stream again although they currently attract only the most adventurous wildlife enthusiasts. Both Beira, known as the heart of Mozambique and one of the oldest cities in southern Africa, and the colonial-style city of Maputo with its wide tree-lined streets and remarkable wealth of architectural styles, are also lively and vibrant places to explore.

Quirimbas Explorer; price from £1,695pp

 

ESSENTIAL INFO

MOZAMBIQUE

WHEN TO GO

The dry season from April to November in the south (Bazaruto Archipelago) and all year round in the north (Quirimbas Archipelago).

VISAS

A visa is required for UK passport holders.

HEALTH REQUIREMENTS

Yellow Fever is required.

TIME DIFFERENCE

GMT + 2 Hours
(+1 Hour during British Summer Time)

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