Finding pure relaxation has never been easier than on Mozambique’s remarkable coastline.

For travelers searching for a remote escape, sun-drenched days on the beach, and aquatic adventures, Mozambique’s coast, and Bazaruto Archipelago provide the perfect setting for an intimate Africa safari vacation. There is no shortage of coastal Mozambique safari tours from horseback riding to island walks and ocean kayaking to scuba diving and snorkeling.

Aside from its enchanting beaches, Mozambique is also home to Gorongosa National Park; a wildlife sanctuary often referred to as “Africa’s Lost Eden.” Once devastated by the effects of civil war, Gorongosa National Park has riveting history and today, it’s known as one of Mozambique’s most prized destinations for viewing big game.


  • Sit back and soak in Mozambique’s riveting beauty’s untouched coastline from a remote island in the Bazaruto Archipelago, or enjoy a seafood dinner on the beach beneath the stars.
  • Spot flamingos and plovers on a Mozambique safari tour on Benguerra Island, or embark on exotic birding expeditions through the Bazaruto Archipelago tropical islands.
  • Discover Africa’s enchanting aquatic gardens and wildlife on scuba diving and snorkeling adventures off Mozambique’s coast to witness dazzling reef fish, sea turtles, reef sharks, eels, stingrays and a wide variety of hard and soft corals.


Climate: Tropical. The dry season runs from April to November when the weather is warm & sunny during the day & cool in the evenings. December to March is the wet season and the days are typically hotter than the dry season.

Credit Cards: Visa and Mastercard are accepted at most major hotels. American Express is not accepted in Mozambique.

Currency:  Mozambique Meticais, however US Dollars & South African Rand are widely used. Carry sufficient funds in USD cash to pay for tips, shopping, activities & meals/snacks outside of hotels. Carry a mix of small & large denominations, which are newer than 2006.

Geography:  With stunning natural attractions, such as the Bazaruto Archipelago with its string of beautiful islands, Mozambique is the ultimate diving & angling destination. The country’s terrain is mostly coastal lowland with uplands in the center and mountains in the west.

Languages:  English, Portuguese & Bantu

Medical:  A Yellow Fever vaccination certificate is required if you have traveled to/through a known Yellow Fever area/country visited.

Packing: Bathing suits, sunglasses, sunhat, wraps or cover-ups, beach shoes, sunscreen, etc. are essential. Also sneakers for some activities. Light cool & informal clothing for the day and smart casual or beach chic for the evening. High heels are not recommended in soft sand.

Visas:  US Citizens require holiday visas to enter Mozambique. Mozambique requires 3 blank pages in your passport AND must be valid for 6 months after departure from the last country visited.