Come to Where it all Started
Mozambique is a unique country. Stretching northwards, it boarders South Africa in the south and Tanzania in the north. The coastline is 2400km long and it has magnificent beaches and thriving coastal communities as well as desolate wild coast stretches. This country has the greatest share of the history of the 16-17th century voyages. Inland Mozambique boarders four other countries and shares the Big 5 in transfrontier parks, tribal cultures and a great beautiful landscape.
Mozambique boasts a number of islands and archipelagos, with pristine beaches and abundant marine life. The most popular tourist area in Mozambique, the archipelago consists of four main islands – Bazaruto, Benguera, Magaruque, and Santa Carolina. They are situated some 35 km off the mainland and are accessible by boat, or small aircraft, from the town of Vilanculos. High quality accommodation in this island of Mozambique attracts international visitors who, as well as swimming and sunbathing, can take part in a full range of water-sports that includes snorkelling, scuba diving, deep-sea fishing, salt water fly fishing, sailing and water-skiing.