Relaxation on sandy beaches bordered by the warm waters of the Indian Ocean or Scuba diving to discover its aquatic fauna, are “musts” of any stay in Mozambique. For a meeting with the game, it is necessary to go hiking in the national parks of Gorogonsa, Limpopo or in the reserve of Niassa. With its 42000km², the Niassa reserve is the largest protected area in Mozambique. At the heart of the park, Lake Niassa (also called Malawi) is a huge turquoise expanse rich in tropical freshwater fish and a paradise for birds. Rafting on the Zambese is aimed at travelers with a more adventurous soul. For cities, choose Maputo, which is both modern and colonial, but also Inhambane, one of the oldest trading posts in South Africa.


More reasons to choose Mozambique for your next trip with Kamaroutes

  • It has a good weather all year round making it the favourite holiday spot for travellers.
  • Do not miss the Gorongosa National Park, one of its wildest and untainted national parks in Africa where visitors can have a true wilderness experience.
  • There is a great multicultural environment of African, Indian, Portuguese and Chinese as a result of its colonial history
  • Mozambique is famous for the quality of its fresh seafood.
  • One of the most beautiful Coral reefs referred to as “reefs of Hope” in Mozambique make for memorable underwater activities such as diving, and snorkelling experiences.
  • There are numerous volunteering programs where people can help communities and wildlife. A great way to do something memorable on a visit.


Island of Mozambique

The island of Mozambique is located in the north of Mozambique, between the Mozambique Channel and Mossuril Bay, and is part of the province of Nampula. Before 1898, it was the capital of colonial Portuguese East Africa. With its rich history and magnificent beaches, the island of Mozambique is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of Mozambique’s rising tourist destinations.

Photo credit: National Geographic

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