In addition to diving and fishing, Mozambique's coastline is an ideal place for a wide range of water-sports, while its rugged inland will appeal to lovers of the outdoors.
There are numerous opportunities for equestrian activities, especially on the major islands where there are special horse trails.
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Unlike surfing and snow boarding, sand boarding is easy to learn and readily accessible to beginners so an adrenaline surge is just a slide away.
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Trails twist and wind through the sand and bush, offering climbs, descents and flat-out straights. There are other routes for the less daring.
Paddle next to ancient dhows and dugout canoes as you explore the islands, Lake Niassa or the Bazaruto or Quirimbas Archipelagos.
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Canoeing, sailing, surfing... you name it, it happens along the coast and on lakes in the interior. Surfing hot spots are Ponta do Ouro and beaches close to Inhambane.
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