A land of resilience and feral splendour

Mozambique offers a vast and varied holiday experience with its magnificent collection of tropical islands. It is the perfect destination for a beach holiday and an ideal place to relax after an African Safari.

South of Pemba lies the unexplored Island of Mozambique – the country’s UNESCO World Heritage Site. Pemba is a port city in Mozambique renowned for its Portuguese colonial architecture. In the centre of Pemba, there is an authentic local market where arts and crafts, as well as traditional silverware can be bought. A destination widely lauded as one of the best destinations in the world for scuba diving and game fishing and, with its colourful and well-preserved coral reefs and clear, warm waters it attracts snorkelers and honeymooners alike. With its pristine coastline of long white sand beaches, a collection of the most tranquil tropical Indian Ocean Islands with palm tree studded white sandy beaches and warm turquoise waters, Mozambique is definitely the place to go for an exclusive beach holiday to remember.

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Highlights

  • Monte Binga, the highest peak in the country
  • Pemba
  • Gorongosa National Park
  • Niassa Reserve
  • Lake Niassa, one of the largest lakes in Africa
  • Bazaruto Archipelago
  • Mangrove channels
  • Quirimbas Archipelago
  • Cultural experiences and craft markets in Maputo
  • Mt Namuli
  • Palace and Chapel of São Paulo
  • Cascata
  • Fort of São Sebastiao
  • Municipal Market
  • Case Infante de Sagres