Places To Go In Mozambique

Bazaruto Archipelago
In the Mozambique Channel, 700 km north of Maputo, five sparsely inhabited, tropical coral reef islands form the Bazaruto Marine Park. Here, warm turquoise seas shelter a wealth of marine life. Venture inland from the crystal white beaches and you will find freshwater lakes inhabited by crocodiles...
Gorongosa National Park
This is an exciting time to visit Gorongosa as the rehabilitation of this National Park in central Mozambique represents one of the great conservation opportunities in the world today. In the 1950s and ‘60s Gorongosa was considered to be the best game park in Africa. Celebrities flocked here,...
Niassa National Reserve
More than twice the size of South Africa’s Kruger National Park, the Niassa Reserve’s 42 000 square kilometers make it not only by far the largest conservation area in Mozambique, but also one of the most extensive protected areas in Africa. The reserve was first established in 1954,...
Quirimbas Archipelago
Cabo Delgado province in the far north of Mozambique is as distant from Maputo as Moscow is from London. The area has existed in splendid isolation, with most of the population confined to fishing communities along the coast and on the 32 tiny coral islands of the Quirimbas Archipelago which...
The Lagoon Coast
The southern most stretch of Mozambique’s coast from Ponta do Ouro near the border with South Africa, up to Inharrime, covers a distance of about 500 kms. The area is characterised by lagoons and estuaries which have been cut off from the sea by tall forested sand dunes. The proximity to...
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