Travel Guide: Mozambique — beaches, safaris and sights for sore eyes


For a fun-filled and adventurous holiday, Mozambique is one of the best African countries to visit.

The southern African nation shares a long portion of her border with the Indian Ocean.

The Portuguese-speaking nation offers guests a variety of things to see and do.

Here are five places you must visit when in Mozambique.

Bazaruto Archipelago

The Bazaruto Archipelago is a group of six islands off the coast of southern Mozambique.

Visitors can stay at the private lodges which offer scuba diving, deep-sea fishing, and sailing activities.

The Bazaruto Archipelago is not a shoppers’ destination as it has no shops, just miles and miles of white sandy beaches.




Maputo, Mozambique’s beautiful capital, is a living history lesson of the country’s colonial era.

The city is known for its stunning colonial architecture and pretty Portuguese-style frontispieces, as well as the irresistible Pemba Bay, which is a must-visit for scuba divers.


Gorongosa National Park

Looking for a Safari?

Head to Gorongosa National Park to seek out bouncing bushbuck, elephant herds, waterbucks, crowned cranes, wild warthogs and more.

Tofo Beach

Located in the Inhambane Province, Tofo has become a hotspot for young travellers.

It hosts beautiful stretches of beaches, a friendly laidback atmosphere, an entertaining nightlife, and great diving and snorkelling sites.

Palace & Chapel of São Paulo

The former governor’s residence which dates back to 1610 is now a museum.

The interior which houses recently refurbished Museu de Artes Decorativas and original pieces of furniture gives an idea of what upper-class life was like at the time.

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