Mozambique, also called the pearl of the Indian Ocean, is a land of turquoise warm waters, idyllic white beaches, coral reefs teaming with colorful fish and magnificent sunsets. Here you can go for a 20km walk on the beach without seeing another soul. A holiday in Mozambique involves the ultimate in relaxation combined with an exploration of its pristine natural attractions. The mixed culture of the local islanders can also be enjoyed with a game of football, local ladies “beauty mask” and visit to the old trading islands with forts and ruins dating back to the 16th century.
Why visit Mozambique ?
- 2500km of pristine coastal beachfront with a string of paradise islands offshore
- Home to 5 species of dolphins and the rare dugong
- Small eco- sensitive lodges with friendly locals and fresh seafood
- A paradise for snorkelling and scuba diving
- Island hop by traditional dhow ( traditional Arab sail boat )
- Walk on soft white beaches without seeing a soul
- The remote Quirimbas Archipelago with its 27 pristine sparkling islands
Map of Mozambique
Best Time To Go
Mozambique has a tropical climate, with an average temperature of around 30ºC all year round. The most pleasant time to visit is during the dry winter months from April to October, when the days are sunny but not too humid with an average temperature of 27°C on the coast, becoming cooler inland. The wet humid summer is from October to April, with an average daily temperature of 33°C. The best fishing months are in summer.