When you leave Africa, as the plane lifts, you feel that more than leaving a continent you’re leaving a state of mind. Whatever awaits you at the other end of your journey will be of a different order of existence.
Mozambique stretches 2,500km along the East coast of Africa, it is nevertheless home to a wondrous and largely unspoiled coastline with its palm-fringed beaches, crystal waters and pristine coral reefs; Mozambique is one of Africa’s undiscovered jewels.
Characterized by laid-back African charm, Portuguese influence, white sandy beaches and beautifully styled boutique resorts, this Southern African paradise is perfect for a bit of barefoot luxury.
The Southern coast of Mozambique is renowned for its rich amount of coral and fish, providing the ultimate setting for big game fishing and scuba diving.
The Indian Ocean tropical islands in the Southern Bazaruto Archipelago and the coral islands of the Northern Quirimbas Archipelago offer white beaches and fabulous diving opportunities.
Mozambique, the Pearl of the Indian Ocean, offers also some of the most incredible whale watching in Africa.
The Bazaruto Archipelago, a quintessential Indian Ocean escape composed of five islands, is home to whale sharks and tropical fish and spectacular snorkeling and diving opportunities.
The Quirimbas archipelago represents a tropical dream; the islands have superb diving sites and promise an unforgettable experience of marine life and astounding natural beauty of azure blue waters.
With a unique cultural history, Mozambique offers more to explore than just its sandy beaches, many of the towns on the mainland and on the islands have attractive Portuguese colonial-era architecture, and a colorful local culture.
Maputo, the country’s capital, has wide avenues lined with red acacia and lilac jacaranda flowering trees and offers the tourist innumerable historical, cultural and scenic spots.
Mozambique is not only beautiful white beaches and astounding natural beauty of azure blue waters, the country offers also great wildlife safaris.
Situated in the heart of Mozambique, the Gorongosa National Park is a breathtakingly beautiful region that was once known as the ‘Eden of Africa’; now the park is undergoing a large scale rehabilitation project, after years of civil war and mass poaching, to regain its place as one of the continent most celebrated wildlife reserves.
Gorongosa has a unique collection of varied ecosystems and biomes, from expansive grasslands and savannahs, to lush rainforests, seasonal pans and limestone cliffs.
The Niassa Game Reserve in Northern Mozambique is one of the last true wilderness areas left undeveloped in Africa, and although difficult to access the experience once there is indescribable.
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