White beaches and the warm Indian Ocean make Mozambique particularly appealing. But don’t forget the colonial capital, the deserted islands with savannas and fresh water lakes, the wilderness safaris…
Those world class navigators and seamen, the Portuguese, described landing on Mozambique’s shores as ‘passing into paradise’. Visit the north and south archipelagos and you’ll understand why.
The Quirimbas Archipelago features some of the last remaining unspoiled tropical islands to be found along Africa’s East Coast. The shoreline itself is punctuated only by small fishing villages, old trading posts and a few, quaint hotels.
The Bazaruto Archipelago is more accessible and sophisticated, with beachfront hotels offering tailor-made luxury holidays and phenomenal diving and deep sea fishing.
But life isn’t just a beach.
Talk to Tania Buhlmann – one of our Mozambique holidays experts – and she’ll tailor-make an itinerary that takes you far off the beaten trek. You’ll journey with excellent local guides into a wilderness offering a unique safari experience, far away from crowds of camera-clicking tourists. According to Tania you’ll “visit huge and unexplored safari regions like Lake Niassa and Gorongosa” as well as the ancient, ghost-town capital in Ilha de Mocambique.
Tania will even help you combine your Mozambique tour with neighbouring Southern and East African regions, for the perfect trip-of-a-lifetime.