Mozambique has 2,515 kilometres of Indian Ocean coastline dotted with sandy beaches and clear water, colonial hotels, an abundance of some of the world's most exquisite seafood. The interior of the country offers beautiful scenery, birdlife and wildlife. Each of Mozambique's provinces has its own unique cultures, languages, dance, music and handicraft.
The country also boasts many stunning game parks, lakes, mountains and historical towns. With such diversity and natural splendour, Mozambique is a travel destination second-to-none.
Formerly a Portuguese colony, it has once again become the playground of Southern African and international tourists who visit the turquoise waters of various islands and coastal resorts.
The cooler dry months April to September to benefit from the best wildlife viewing and excellent weather. November to December is normally best for birding activities. Remember for that perfect Mozambique holiday summers are humid to very humid (tropical) in the mid to Northern sections of the country.
During February the Bazaruto Islands are on CYCLONE (HURRICANE) alert - most lodges close during this period.
Travel In Mozambique
Malaria In MozambiqueLet 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.