Get ready to pack your bags and head to Mozambique for an unforgettable African safari experience.
A stunning travel destination with 2,515 kilometres of Indian Ocean coastline, beaches, clear blue water, luxury lodges, great food, gorgeous scenery, wildlife, birdlife and distinct cultures.
It also has several beautiful game parks, lakes, mountains, and ancient towns. A travel destination second to none in terms of diversity and natural beauty. It was previously a Portuguese colony, but it has since become the playground of Southern African and international visitors who come to see the turquoise waters of several islands and coastal resorts.
The best wildlife viewing and ideal weather are available between April and September when the country's temperatures are cooler. November to December is typically the best time of year for birding excursions. Summers are usually humid to extremely humid (tropical) in the mid-to-northern areas; this can be truly taxing on those who cannot handle extreme humidity.
Mozambique is ideally suited for an African safari that includes Southern Africa's famed wildlife reserves and destinations; combine a wildlife safari with a few days or a week on a beautiful beach where the warm Indian Ocean waters lap at your feet. What could be better?
- Bazaruto Archipelago
- Quirimbas Archipelago
- Gorongosa National Park
- Inhambane and Vilanculos
During February, the Bazaruto Islands (and the mainland) are on CYCLONE (HURRICANE) alert - most lodges close during this period.
Travel In Mozambique
MalariaLet us not beat around the bush on this one, malaria is found in every nook and cranny in the country of Mozambique, it is of utmost importance that one visits a doctor or travel clinic to get the right anti-malaria drugs to protect themselves from this disease. Take your anti-malaria tablets, and you and your family will be fine.