tropical islands, warm aquamarine waters and sandy, palm-fringed beaches… add to that some of the world’s best game fishing and ocean safaris, and you have Mozambique!
POINTS OF INTEREST
Cultural experiences | Diverse wildlife | Eating Local Seafood | Gorongosa National Park | Historical forts | Maputo CBD & Market | Mozambique Island | Sailing in a Traditional Dhow | Snorkeling the “Two Mile Reef” | The Bazaruto Archipelago | The Quirimbas Archipelago.
Holders of passports from outside SADC countries require a visa. These can be obtained at certain border posts
By Air: Maputo International Airport (MPM), ± 3 km from Maputo.
By Road: Border crossings via South Africa (4), Swaziland (2), Zimbabwe (4), Zambia (1), Malawi (3) & Tanzania (2).
Language & Currency
Language: Portuguese is the official language; however, English is widely spoken throughout the country.
Currency: The Mozambican Meticais (MZM) is used, however USD and ZAR are acceptable foreign currencies.
The dry season (June - October) often offers perfect tropical weather, with clear skies, plenty of sun and almost no rain.
Travel Tip: Plan your trip between July - October for the best chance of sighting humpback whales.