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Mozambique is located on the southeast coast of Africa, a country where you will be greeted warmly by the weather, the water and the people.

Known for its exotic culture, fascinating history and beautiful beaches, Mozambique has a unique charm which will appeal to people with a sense of adventure looking for a holiday that combine aspects of...

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Dugong Beach Lodge

Vilanculos
14 Luxury Chalets

Set on the Vilanculos peninsula on the coast of Mozambique, Dugong Beach Lodge lies within the Vilanculos Coastal Wildlife Sanctuary, the first privately managed protected...


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Ibo Island Lodge

Ibo Island
14 units, Self-Catering Options
PPS from R 2,595

Ibo Islands Lodge in Mozambique is the perfect island getaway…. Imagine a remote island lost in time, almost forgotten to the outside world for nearly a century. Ibo Island...


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Coral Lodge 15.41

Mossuril
10 Luxury Villas

Coral Lodge 15.41 is situated on one of Mozambique’s most beautiful beaches on a spectacular peninsula only minutes from the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ilha de Moçambique....


Two Oceans Aquarium
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SAB World of Beer
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The Voortrekker Monument
The Voortrekker Monument commemorates the Pioneer...

iSimangaliso Wetland Park - World Heritage Site
iSimangaliso Wetland Park was listed as South Africa’s...

Kwelera National Botanical Garden
The Kwelera National Botanical Garden, 20km north of...

Mozambique travel guide

Mozambique is located on the southeast coast of Africa, a country where you will be greeted warmly by the weather, the water and the people.

Known for its exotic culture, fascinating history and beautiful beaches, Mozambique has a unique charm which will appeal to people with a sense of adventure looking for a holiday that combine aspects of relaxation with water sports and activities.

The unspoilt coastlines of the country make for the most picturesque tropical scenes with turquoise seas, swaying palm trees and miles of unspoilt white sand, and with Mozambique being quite far off the beaten track for the majority of travellers you’ll be able to have your very own Robinson Crusoe experience while watching the traditional dhow fishing boats sail by.

Visit remote archipelagos in the north or surf in the south, stroll the streets of architecturally-rich Maputo and discover more about the country’s traditions and cultures with a visit to a local market.

This diver’s paradise has seas abounding in shoals of colourful fish, well-preserved coral reefs and graceful whale sharks swimming silently through the warm waters.

Portuguese is the official language of the country but English is spoken in major cities as the business language.