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With its location along the sun-soaked shores of the Indian Ocean, Mozambique is an incredible spot for a beach vacation. Explore beyond the beaches to discover museums and other compelling cultural attractions in its major cities, and wildlife-watching opportunities in the country’s spectacular national parks.
After a tumultuous past under Portuguese rule and a bloody 16-year-long civil war, Mozambique now has a renewed sense of vision. Visit to see how this southern African nation is establishing itself as a prime African tourism destination.
Wander through the narrow side streets of Mozambique’s capital, Maputo. Maputo enjoys a lively cultural scene with plenty of accommodations and restaurants to satisfy modern travelers’ every need. Haggle with vendors at the Municipal Market, a great place to buy fresh fish, exotic spices and local produce. Browse the interactive exhibits of the Natural History Museum and bring a picnic to enjoy in the museum’s garden.
Witness Mozambique’s natural splendors at Gorongosa National Park. Spot zebras, buffalos and more than 300 species of birds while exploring the conservation area. Animals aren’t only to be seen on dry land, but also in the water, where crocodiles swim and hippos laze in the shallows.
Dive into the beautiful blue waters of Tofo Beach, a stretch of sugar-white sand on Mozambique’s east coast. The town of Tofo is known for its sociable atmosphere, with many visitors enjoying nights out in its restaurants and bars. You can also find peace and quiet by relaxing in a beach chair down by the shore.
Travel between May and November for the driest weather and coolest temperatures. Fly into Mozambique’s international airport, Maputo International, and take a taxi or a bus to surrounding towns. Car rental agencies are available, but travelers will need an international driver’s license and well-honed defensive driving skills to navigate the roads.
In addition to experiencing Mozambique’s major tourist destinations, explore remote villages to learn more about the customs and culture that have been preserved throughout this country’s history.
Comfortable stay, good efficient service. Brekfast spread is good
Rooms really spacious, breakfast needs to be improved. The facilities are great, spa is amazing. A very well equipped gym and games room. The Chinese restaurant onsite serves great food. There’s also a casino, movies and shopping mall on the premises. The parking is within the grounds so your vehicle ...
What an amazing experience we had at the Anantara! We weren't sure what to expect, as this was our first time to Mozambique, and we had initially planned to visit the Quirimbas rather than Bazaruto (we ended up deciding to save the north for our next visit and focus on Vilankulos/Bazaruto, Inhambane/Tofo, ...
Room layout is interesting ( curved outer wall), and the restaurant is very good!