Mozambique is bordered by the Indian Ocean to the east, Tanzania to the north, Malawi and Zambia to the northwest, Zimbabwe to the west, and Swaziland and South Africa to the southwest. It is separated from Madagascar by the Mozambique Channel to the east. Mozambique’s stunning surroundings are just idea for any visitor, it’s a great destination for couples on honeymoon as well as families
Despite a war-ravaged past and unsettled present, Mozambique compensates travelers with their own private corner of paradise. Less developed than Indian Ocean counterparts Mauritius and Seychelles, Mozambique retains exoticism and purity that’s accessible to all. As tourism escalates, prices and development are likely to hike, so now’s the time to see Africa’s undiscovered jewel.
Private planes and helicopters whisk guests over glorious scenes to the glistening confetti of private islands that bejewel the aquamarine Indian Ocean. The archipelagos of the southern Bazaruto and northern Quirimbas are dazzling dots of milky swirls, where beaches spill into progressively deepening shades of emerald. Eco-luxury and boutique hotels offer stellar landscapes, while unpolluted dark skies come studded with starry constellations.
Speak to us and know more about this exceptionally great destination….it doesn’t hurt anyone to just laze around on the beach with no worry in the world! New Metical (currency) and portuguese is the official and most widely spoken language of the nation.
Mozambique has a tropical climate with two seasons, a wet season from October to March and a dry season from April to September. Climatic conditions vary depending on altitude. Rainfall is heavy along the coast and decreases in the north and south.
The May to November winter season is when to go to Mozambique for cooler temperatures and the least chance of rain; December to April is the wet summer season although it generally rains in brief but vigorous downpours after which the sun comes out again.
Enjoy beautiful, scenic and culture rich areas around Mozambique.
Mozaic Travel Day Tours
Associacao Iverca – Private Tours
National History Museum
Maputo Elephant Reserve (Reserva Especial de Maputo)
FEIMA – Feira de Artesanato, Flores e Gastronomica
Speak to us and know more about this exceptionally great destination….it doesn’t hurt anyone to just laze around on the beach with no worry in the world!
The accommodations in Mozambique are to die for….walking on the beaches of Mozambique is an experience out of this world. Get spoilt rotten at some of the most luxurious lodges here, great food, great ambiance, friendly people..What more can one ask for?
Maputo International Airport- This is the main gateway into Mozambique with direct flights from Portugal, Johannesburg or Cape Town.
Vilanculous Airport-You can fly in from Maputo, Johannesburg, Cape Town or Kruger National Park , for arrival at Bazaruto Archipelago .
Pemba International Airport- Gateway to the Quirimbas Archipelago. Pemba Island can be accessed from Maputo, Johannesburg, Nairobi and Dar es Salaam. This makes way for a great combination for an East Africa and beach vacation.