Nampula in Mozambique

Feast your senses on a melting pot of ancient history and diverse cultures spanning several centuries! Ilha de Mozambique, off the north coast of Mozambique and connected to the the town of Lumbu by a 3.2 km bridge, was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1991. Besides its portuguese and Hindu influences, the island has a rich Arabic culture and inhabitants of the island still trade in silver and beads. A walking tour of the city will take you to St Paul’s Palace, the Museum of Sacred Art, and other places intrinsically linked to the ancient history and culture of this island.


  • UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • St. Paul's Palace
  • Museum of Sacred Art


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