Mozambique
Referred to the “Pearl of the Indian Ocean” - Mozambique is one of Africa’s up-and-coming hot-spots for explorative and off the beaten track travel…

Mozambique invokes thoughts of eating freshly caught and grilled fish on a sun glazed sandy beach, and lazy days hanging in a hammock reading ones favourite novel – but this Southern African treasure is much more than that. And indeed, Mozambique is a tropical paradise where the Quirimbas Archipelago stretches into 250km of coral islands, while the Bazaruto Archipelago farther south has reefs which protect

rare marine life. But Mozambique is also a mere 55-minute flight from South Africa where you can combine your beach expeditions with that of safari experiences in the Kruger National Park or Pilanesberg National Park. You could be swimming with dolphins in the tropical waters of Mozambique during the morning, while stepping onto a game drive vehicle in the bushveld in South Africa later that same evening…

Areas to visit...
  • Bazaruto Archipelago
  • Gorongosa National Park
  • Manda Wilderness
  • Maputo
  • Pemba & Mainland
  • Niassa Reserve
Mozambique is special because...
The Islands and Beaches
The archipelagos of Bazaruto and Quirimbas are Indian Ocean gems of glittering shades of emerald and milky swirls of white
Marines Reserves
The Quirimbas archipelago is the largest protected marine area in Africa offering world class snorkelling to an explorative traveller
The Culture
The Portuguese were lured to Mozambique’s capital Maputo by rumours of pearls in the 17th century, today a cosmopolitan and trendy city
A rising star
Retaining its purity as it’s less developed than other Indian Ocean islands, thus offering explorers with their own piece of paradise
Mozambique Safari
Mozambique is regaining a reputation as a game-viewing destination and is an insider’s choice for off-the-beaten-track safaris
Explorative experiences in Mozambique
Horse riding around Bazaruto
You can trod up steep and stunning sand dunes with your trusted steed to catch some of the most gorgeous island views
A divers paradise
You can snorkel at all the best and most famous diving sites in Africa, but the setting of Paradise Island is the most spectacular
Sailing on the bay of dhows
You can visit Inhambane, the prettiest and most relaxed town in all of Mozambique where dhows are the centre of life
Seafood of the gods
You can eat fresh seafood on the beachfront terrace of Costa do Sol, an art deco restaurant famed as a true Mozambique institution

From tropical Mozambique you can connect to a safari destination such as

Tanzania or South Africa