Mozambique

 

Situated on the east coast of Africa, this tropical and scenic paradise boasts with 2500 kilometres of spectacular coastline. There are little islands dotted around the coastline that offer travellers a vast variety of things to do. Mozambique showcases many popular destinations for visitors to enjoy - some are of historical and cultural interest

 

Mozambique was liberated from its colonizers, Portugal, in 1975 and became the People’s Republic of Mozambique. Two years later however, it was submersed in a civil war which lasted until 1992, when it reached a democratic turning point. Nowadays Mozambique is politically stable and a growing economy, supported by its upcoming tourism industry.

 

Enjoy the typical seafood as well as the historical and cultural highlights Mozambique has to offer. Visit vibrant cities like Maputo or Pemba or relax while sailing on a typical dhow.

Mozambique is the perfect adventure holiday destination and the activities on offer include snorkelling, scuba diving, dolphin tours, sunset cruises and many more. Those interested in art, local food, music and a good night-life will love spending time in the cities Inhambane and Maputo.

 

Experience the rich culture, the colonial architecture and friendly people that present a Portuguese and African blend of cultures. If you are looking for a romantic getaway or a tropical beach destination, then the secluded beaches and crystal-clear waters of Benguerra Island are the ideal place for you. This idyllic natural setting in Mozambique promises pure relaxation and rejuvenation.

 

Not forgetting Mozambique’s game and nature reserves. Mozambique boasts 9 national parks in total and nature enthusiasts can observe magnificent wildlife and diverse landscapes.

 

Climate 

 

Tropical to sub-tropical Mozambican climate with coastal temperatures high for much of the year while the interior is warm to mild, even in the cooler, dry season from April to September.

 

In the south the hot, humid rainy season is from December to March, farther north this period extends by a few weeks. Coastal northern Mozambique climate is occasionally affected by tropical cyclones. It is usually sunny throughout the year.