Mozambique has overcome a
brutal civil war and devastating floods and
emerged as a dynamic, yet-to-be-discovered
travel destination. With a tropical climate,
Mozambique is a country of sunny blue
skies and clear seas teeming with marine life.
While the savannah plateau of central Mozambique
and the highlands of the north are compelling,
the country is predominantly a beach holiday
destination. It’s a great place to wind
down at the end of a southern African safari.
MAPUTO: Mozambique is a
strip of land that sweeps across the coastal
flank of southeast Africa. It boasts long
sandy beaches dotted with palm trees and waters
scattered with the sails of traditional dugout
fishing boats. The capital, Maputo, is located
on the coast in the south. Easily accessible
from South Africa, the city offers striking
examples of colonial architecture and is renowned
for its mouth-watering LM prawns.
INHAMBANE: Mozambique has
10 provinces, seven of which border the warm
Indian Ocean. Of these seven provinces, Inhambane
is the most highly regarded among divers.
In addition to being a destination to escape
to, the province is home to a vibrant city.
Founded by the Portuguese explorer Vasco da
Gama in 1534, Inhambane City is a motley combination
of African markets, cathedrals, and colonial