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Capital City

Maputo

Languages

Official language=Portugese, but other local languages spoken

Currency

Meticals but US Dollars widely accepted

Time Difference (GMT) + 1 hour

Climate & average temperatures

Mozambique
Months J F M A M J J A S O N D
Temp °C 26 25 25 24 22 20 19 20 26 26 28 29
Rain mm 152 135 99 51 28 18 15 13 30 51 79 94
Seasons Green Dry Green
Airlines

British Airways, Kenyan Airways, South African Airways, Virgin Atlantic

Flight time from UK

13 hours

 
Visa requirements

Visas are required by can be obtained on arrival

Health requirements

Contact your GP for information


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Mozambique Holiday

The country has distinct areas of natural beauty which can all be toured during a luxury Mozambique safari or holiday. There are three main areas you can find Mozambique accommodation to survey the beauty of the region.

The Bazaruto Archipelago is of the most beautiful places in Africa and famous for its pristine beaches and world-class diving. The waters around the Bazaruto Archipelago National Park are an ecological paradise and it is one of the largest marine conservation areas in the Indian Ocean.

The Quirimbas Archipelago is where you can catch sight of turtle, dolphin, whale and amazing species of fish, visit islands and beaches with pristine turquoise waters and swim in water averaging 28 Celsius all year round. The waters offer some of the least explored dive sites on the planet. With an amazing variety of birdlife, the archipelago is also an ornithological paradise where stork, egret and heron roost in the mangrove branches. One of the islands of the archipelago is Ibo which is steeped in history and rich in culture and is one of the ancient settlements of the country, with history that goes back to the 11th century and a place where ancient and modern cultures meet and mingle with a vibrant mix of Arab, Indian, Chinese and Portuguese and the local Makua people. You can wander around the mysterious town among crumbling forts and ancient buildings with many fascinating stories just waiting to be told.

The southeast coast has warm, clear waters, pristine beaches and this untouched and undeveloped area of Mozambique is a true naturalist’s paradise. This great stretch of coast reaches down from Mozambique’s Maputo and the Maputo Elephant Game Reserve in the north.