Mozambique is a long, narrow country to the north of South Africa, and is South Africa’s most eastern neighbour. The country borders the provinces of KwaZulu Natal, Mpumalanga and Limpopo. It is an extremely popular destination for South African holiday-makers in particular, thanks to its close proximity and wealth of natural resources- from game reserves to dive spots.
Some of the most touristed and easy-to-get-to destinations within the country lie on the coast in the southern part of Mozambique. Anyone who has done any research into a Mozambican holiday will no doubt be familiar with places such as Inhambane, Ponta d’Ouro, Vilanculos and Tofo – all stunning beach locations boasting paradise-like settings of soft white sand, lined with coconut trees and azure sea. If you do plan on taking a beach holiday in Mozambique though, bear in mind its tropical climate, with the wet season occuring from October to March.
Although there are plenty of adventures to be had in Mozambique, unless you are prepared to go off-road you will probably spend most of your time in established tourist hang-outs. And with incredible diving and laid-back beach ambience, things could be worse.
The official language of Mozambique is Portuguese, although there are myriad indigenous languages spoken too. If travelling very far north or into the rural areas in the south and centre of the country, you will find less and less Portuguese, let alone English. In the well-populated tourist areas though, many people speak English.
Apart from the beautiful beaches, the culture of Mozambique often enthrals visitors, and markets in towns are often a great place to get a feeling for the country. You will notice the different vegetables, wood carvings and other items on sale, as well as the vibrant material that the people wear.
One final piece of advice, especially if travelling along the coast: eat the seafood. It is fresh and delicious and often comes with the token spicy Mozambican sauce.
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Cowrie Lodge is situated in Praia da Barra on a tall dune offering the most spectacular view over the pristine Barra beaches - and beyond to the coastline of Morumbene. The lodge has a sandy walkway ... Weitere Informationen
Paz do Pai Lodge offers beachfront villa accommodation in the Massavana area of Inhambane. Paz do Pai offers the experience of a lifetime, and is the ideal destination for surf fishing, deep sea fishi... Weitere Informationen
Campismo da Cuna is a self-catering rustic campsite situated in virtually untouched and unexplored landscape on the main beach of Calanga, the coastline between Maraquene and Bilene, about 120km north... Weitere Informationen
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Positioned amongst a palm tree plantation atop the tall dunes which line the popular ‘lighthouse’ beach, Montanha Lodge offers comfortable and spacious accommodation in 2-4, 4-6, 6-8 or 8-10 sleeper ... Weitere Informationen
The Hidden Jewel of Mozambique invites you and your loved ones to come and relax and enjoy this piece of Heaven situated on the North Bank of Pomene Estuary. All the bedrooms have twin ¾ beds or one k... Weitere Informationen
Situated in the Province of Inhambane, half way between Vilanculos and Inhambane, Pomene is a remote piece of paradise with kilometres of untouched beaches and crystal clear waters. Pomene View Lodge... Weitere Informationen
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An idyllic getaway for those with a spirit of adventure… Situated on its own private beach just outside Inhambane, Mozambique’s paradise tourist destination. A short flight from Maputo or Johannesburg... Weitere Informationen
4x4 is needed to Beach Chalet which is next door to VILLA N’BANGA in Nhabanga. The chalet sleeps 8 and is on a 11km lagoon and is also 2km from the ocean.Chalet has 2 separate bedrooms with 2 3/4 beds... Weitere Informationen
Whether you choose to relax and watch the sea, with the occasional whale and manta coming close to shore, or just sit and read, you are guaranteed of privacy and peace. For those who are more into ad... Weitere Informationen
San Martinho Beach Club in Bilene, Mozambique is situated 180 kms North of Maputo, on the Uembje lagoon and boasts a 1.3km stretch of pristine beachfront in a country where the natural untouched beaut... Weitere Informationen
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Vilanculos is an quaint little town with the most stunning, unspoiled beaches and the most beautiful views.
Sunrise at Vilanculos is a sight to wake up to every morning. The locals are very friendly.
- Kalay Pillay
Ponta d'Ouro is a vibrant little town and exciting to visit during the peak holiday season. Outside peak season it is calm and quiet - just what is needed for a good rest and relaxing period, peace of mind and to recharge. With fantastic accommodation to be found, excellent scuba and snorkeling opportunities, pristine beaches, good food and a great seaside holiday atmosphere, Ponta 'Ouro is a MUST-visit for everyone.
- Dan Griesel
A must see area with kind & helpful people, stunning beaches.
- Tlaleng Hlahane
Vibey and festive
- Lisle Burger
Inhambane is a beautiful place with friendly locals, everyone is always so happy, caring and helpful if you are lost - like we were so many times. We found it safe and never had a problem comunicating with the locals.
- Nerusha Ramayin