Mozambique Travel Articles


These Mozambique travel articles and experiences will give you a glimpse of the warm culture, delicious food and highlights of this great destination.
This is one of Mozambique's most famous national parks and tourist facilities on the islands are geared towards luxury tourism...
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Maputo, once famous as Lourenço Marques, is a magnet for South African tourists, particularly people from areas like Gauteng who never see the sea. Hotels in the city like the Polana and the Cardoso offer serene views of Maputo Bay...
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If you love isolated places, conservation, safaris or activities like fishing and diving, keep an eye on the remote Mozambican province of Cabo Delgado, where one of Africa's most exciting new eco...
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Mozambique has an interesting and flavourful cuisine that has been strongly influenced by the Portuguese who colonised the country for 500 years. There's lots of seafood and spice too...
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Mozambique has regained its position at the forefront of the international tourism scene and is now, once again, one of the most attractive and intriguing tourist destinations in Southern Africa...
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Nowadays, an ever-increasing host of lodges and small hotels jostles for position at Vilanculos, the mainland hopping-off point for the islands...
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Mozambique has the longest stretch of Indian Ocean coastline in Africa with arguably the most unspoiled beachfront. Miles of unexplored and often unnamed beaches make this a destination...
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In a country emerging from 17 years of civil war and bloodshed, discover the Mozambique of old - a land of deserted beaches and fishing villages, mango trees and freedom. I had never tasted a...
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During Mozambique's civil upheaval, large-scale organized poaching systematically removed almost all big game from the bush. I've driven the length and breadth of Mozambique through seemingly prist...
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The EN1, which starts at Av. de Mozambique, links Maputo with the provinces to the north. The road surface is good but watch your speed particularly during the holiday season...
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Mozambique is no longer solely for 4x4 enthusiasts, although there are still more than enough 4x4 routes for the rough and tumble brigade. The roads have been improved...
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