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The Jewel of Luxury
Do you want a refreshing experience? It’s time to enjoy one of our Mozambique vacations!
An incredible unspoilt island paradise off the coast of East Africa, Mozambique boasts a beautiful coastline bordering the Indian Ocean. Whilst its islands have started to receive small numbers of visitors, its interior remain an adventure!
With three national parks offering various wilderness experiences, it’s no wonder Mozambique safaris are so popular! Our favorite hidden jewel is Gorongosa National Park, which has recovered amazingly well after years of civil war and boasts raw wildlife.
Mozambique’s pristine islands of the Quirimbas and Bazaruto archipelagos offer endless white beaches and small boutique lodges. Unspoiled coral reefs are havens for snorkeling and diving in crystal clear waters.
The World Heritage site of Ilha de Mozambique offers rich cultural experiences with its slave trade history and charming colonial architecture.
If you want to explore a country before others discover it, Mozambique vacations are just what you need.
The climate in Mozambique is tropical but differs in the following three climate zones: the northern coast, the southern coast and the inland.
Rainy season: October – March
Dry time: April – September
The climate on the north coast is subject to slight temperature fluctuations. During the rainy season it is warm up to 32°C, while in the dry season it is only a few degrees cooler.
The climate on the southern coast is more moderate and is subject to greater fluctuations, both in temperature and in precipitation. During the rainy season, it is very humid and hot, around 24°C a day and about 15°C at night.
It is the hottest in Mozambique during the rainy months, with temperatures around 37°C not uncommon.
The dry season is significantly more pleasant, with temperatures up to 28°C, making it the best travel time for your Mozambique tour.
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Top 10 Attractions, Activities & Highlights in Mozambique
After the end of the Civil War, it was possible to resettle many of the native species in Gorongosa National Park. In 2008, the park was reopened and now boasts an impressive variety of species, including lion herds.
Experience a magnificent wildlife world on a Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park safari, with a wide variety of species (in the truest sense of the word): the park combines wild animal protection areas from Mozambique, South Africa and Zimbabwe into a transnational ecosystem.
On a safari in the Niassa Game Reserve you will meet gigantic buffalo and elephant herds, as well as hungry predators, who look for unsuspecting antelopes. This scenic conservation area is still very underdeveloped and offers wild and untouched Africa!
The historic Ilha de Mozambique is not only one of the world’s cultural heritage sites, but also one of the most beautiful islands in Africa. Only a few visitors find their way here – so you can have the wide beaches and the shady avenues lined with magnificent colonial buildings (almost) to yourself.
The fabulous Maputodesigned by Gustav Eiffel is the landmark of the city, but by no means the only highlight of the metropolis! Stroll over shaded boulevards or colorful markets and you will understand why Maputo is one of the most interesting African cities.
Mozambique is a true Eldorado for divers and friends of maritime adventure trips. Get up close to friendly mammals when you take a Mozambique diving vacation and swim with dolphins in Ponta de Ouro.
The Quirimbas archipelago offers the largest marine park in Africa! Plunge into the azure waters and meet funny-faced dugongs, sea turtles, dolphins and humpback whales.