Mozambique Travel Guide

Washed by the warm waters of the Indian Ocean and blessed with endless beaches of soft silver sand, Mozambique is one of Africa’s hidden secrets.

The south of the country is most accessible and has the best resorts, either on the mainland coast or on one the idyllic offshore islands. Here the pace of life is slower and you can pass lazy days on palm shaded beaches or visiting local villages.

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With a sunny climate, stunning beaches and beachfront resorts overlooking the Indian Ocean, Mozambique is the ideal place to relax, unwind at either end of your holiday.

Things to do in Mozambique

  • Stroll along the endless silver sand beaches
  • Enjoy a snorkelling or diving trip in the rich warm waters
  • See the sights of Maputo with a guided city tour
  • Watch as the sunset behind the palm trees from a beach bar
  • Taste the sensationally fresh seafood in Maputo
  • Experience thrilling big game fishing in the Indian Ocean

Getting There

By Air – With daily flights from Johannesburg to the various locations in Mozambique, it makes getting there a breeze. From the UK you can expect the travel time to be around 15 hours.

By Road – To reach most places in Mozambique would require a flight. However, a stay in the South of the country around Maputo ties in perfectly with a safari in the Kruger National Park. The drive across the border can take under 3 hours depending on where you stay in the Kruger.

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