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  • Tour Length 22 days
    Group Size Min 1 Max 22
    Starts & Ends Starts: Johannesburg Ends: Cape Town
    Countries South Africa, Lesotho, Eswatini (Formerly Swaziland)
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    Set out on an exciting journey across some of southern Africa's most breathtaking landscapes. Take the breathtaking coastline road from Johannesburg to Cape Town in 22 days, stopping at many amazing locations along the way. Take game drives in the Kruger National Park to locate elusive animals, unwind on beautiful beaches, interact with the Xhosa people in Cintsa, and mix things up with two exciting nights in Cape Town. See the best of southern Africa's blessed natural beauty, accompanied by a local guide who can offer you all the best advice and a group of eager to discover adventurers. From the savanna of Kruger to the lush wetlands of the St Lucia Estuary to the dramatic ocean vistas and fertile vineyards along the Wild Coast.

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  • Tour Length 14 days
    Group Size Max 12
    Starts & Ends Starts: Johannesburg Ends: Johannesburg
    Countries Mozambique, South Africa
    Overview This beach to bush safari ticks all the boxes of a dream African escape, including plenty of time spent on footprint-free shores and fantastic game viewing in the world-famous Kruger National Park. Leave the planning to the guides while you enjoy the undulating grasslands of the highveld, verdant mango and cashew nut plantations, and authentic local cuisine around blazing fireplaces. Get the best of both as you explore tropical waters while you snorkel, dive and fish and encounter the Big Five while exploring the African bush. This is how you travel Africa.

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    Mozambique & Kruger Safari Comfort/ Inclusive

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  • Tour Length 14 days
    Group Size Max 20
    Starts & Ends Starts: Johannesburg Ends: Johannesburg
    Countries South Africa, Eswatini (formerly Swaziland), Mozambique
    Overview Bush breaks and beach escapes are at the front-and-centre on this 14-day trip across three countries - South Africa, SwazilandMozambique. The adventure kicks off with the chance to get your boots dirty on a three day Big Five escapade in the Kruger Park followed by a scenic drive through the legendary Panorama Route. From then on, it’s all dense coconut plantations, ocean safaris, and bustling seaside villages in the Portuguese-influenced cities of Mozambique.

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    Mozambique & Kruger National Park Safari – 14 Days

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  • Tour Length 14 days
    Group Size Max 20
    Starts & Ends Starts: Johannesburg Ends: Johannesburg
    Countries South Africa, Eswatini (formerly Swaziland), Mozambique
    Overview Bush breaks and beach escapes are at the front-and-centre on this 14-day trip across three countries - South Africa, Swaziland and Mozambique. The adventure kicks off with the chance to get your boots dirty on a three day Big Five escapade in the Kruger Park followed by a scenic drive through the legendary Panorama Route. From then on, it’s all dense coconut plantations, ocean safaris, and bustling seaside villages in the Portuguese-influenced cities of Mozambique.  

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Mozambique Tours

Why go on a Mozambique Safari or Mozambique Tour?

The beautiful country of Mozambique is free from tourist suffocation. It’s inspiring to see how the locals are putting their shattered past behind them so that they can rebuild their country.

Yet Mozambique tours have so much offer the eager traveler. With stunning beaches and islands, this destination has become rather famous. Mozambique also offers colourful local cultures and charming colonial architecture. The islands of Vilanculos, Ebo, Bazaruto, Benguerra, Pemba & Quirimbas Archipelago are picturesque. Either relax on the beach or dive into the clear warm Indian Ocean and I’m sure you’ll agree Mozambique is true paradise.

Top Tips for Mozambique Travel:

Explore the Hidden Gems of the Land and Sea in Mozambique [Tips]

A Guide to Making the Most of Your Mozambican Adventure

5 reasons to go on safari to Mozambique

Mozambique’s best beaches and islands

Experience the Culture of Mozambique

 

Highlights on Mozambique Tours?

The most visited places in Mozambique are the stunning beaches of Tofo and Vilanculos, with their crystal-clear waters and incredible diving spots, tend to top the list for most visitors. While there you can enjoy the following highlights:

  • Sail on a traditional white-sailed dhow
  • Diving
  • Snorkel in the colourful tropical reefs
  • Walk along the beach
  • Relax in a hammock beneath a palm tree
  • Collect pansy shells from the shore at low tide
  • Watch the sun rise over the Indian Ocean
  • Swim with dolphins
  • Spot a whale shark
  • Deep sea game fishing
  • Delicious seafood dining

Top Tours to Mozambique

Discover the Highlights of Mozambique

Off the east coast of Mozambique you will find the Bazaruto Archipelago National Park. Often described as one of the most spectacular destinations on earth because it is paradise for marine life. So relish in the opportunity to either snorkel or scuba dive off the coast and swim close to dolphins, manta rays and whale sharks. While offshore you can explore small islands where turtles come ashore to nest.

Although Portuguese is the official language, English is often spoken along with Swahili, Makhuwa and Sena.

Pemba lies on the coast and is popular for water sports and diving. Coral reefs are close to the shore so they are perfect to explore. In the center of Pemba you will find an authentic local market. Here talented tradesmen and women sell traditional art, crafts and silverware.

Our Mozambique Tours offer the best routes for your amazing journey while traveling on a Mozambique Safari.

Quirimbas Archipelago

While some areas are rustic with poor roads, Quirimbas Archipelago in the north of Mozambique is tropical bliss. Either wade in warms waters or hike through mangroves during low tide. Brace yourself for friendly, energetic local children who are dying to meet and play with you!

Bazaruto Island

Bazaruto is an island situated around 80 kilometers southeast of the Save River mouth. It is the biggest island in the entire Bazaruto Archipelago. While it’s crystal clear waters make it the most popular tourist destination in Mozambique.

As a result, the islands of Bazaruto are a paradise getaway. Furthermore they offer a wide range of private accommodation. Tranquil sunsets and solitude are typical of your time spent on the Bazaruto islands. Travelers can enjoy pristine and uncrowded beaches which are fringed with palm trees swaying in the breeze. In contrast to moments of relaxation, there are a range of exciting activities to enjoy. These include superb bird-watching and fantastic diving and snorkeling. An exhilarating fishing trip is also popular with many visitors.

Tours to Bazaruto Island

Mozambique Dive and Snorkel

The archipelago has earned its reputation as the ‘Pearl of the Indian Ocean’. Boats are the only means of transport between the islands thereby preserving the integrity of the sealife.

The coral reefs and sparkling waters offer some of the finest diving in the world. Dive sites are not crowded and as a result the sea life is diverse and plentiful. Some sites reach up to 30 meters deep with amazing visibility. Diving here you will see sheltered reefs brimming with dolphins, humpback whales, whale sharks, manta rays and turtles.

Inhambane

Also known as ‘Terre de Boa Gente’ meaning Land of Good People, the city of Inhambane is in the south of Mozambique. While 470 kilometers northeast of Maputo, the town is quiet and rich in history. It was the southernmost port which the Arabs used for the slave trading industry. Vasco da Gama visited the area in 1498 and claimed Inhambane Bay for Portugal. This then led to the Portuguese creating a trading post here in 1534. Yet in the 20th century, Maputo became the primary center of Mozambique. As a result Inhambane’s status weakened and the town’s economy suffered.

The city now contains a museum and bustling market. The main market or ‘Mercado Central’ is along the central avenue. At the market you can buy local produce including spices and vegetables along with fresh prawns, fish and cashew nuts. The province is the second largest cashew producer after Nampula and also grows coconut and citrus fruit trees.

Praia do Tofo

Praia do Tofo is commonly known as ‘Tofo’ and is in the south-eastern region of Mozambique. While only a small town, it is also a huge tourist attraction. This coastal town on the Indian Ocean is only 22 kilometers from the city of Inhambane. It is a popular destination with plenty of beach villas and stunning scenery along it’s shoreline. Tofo is also home to diving retreats, drawing travelers to it’s beautiful reefs which are rich with marine life.

The people of Tofo are friendly and hospitable and in addition the town has vibrant night life with great restaurants. On your Mozambique Safari you can go diving and snorkeling with incredible sea life. These include Manta Rays and Sea Turtles. Tofo is also one of the finest destinations for divers to spot Whale Sharks.

Activities on Mozambique Tours

Mozambique has the best fishing of the Eastern Indian Ocean. As a result it has become a top destination for Marlin fishing. The season runs from early October until the end of January. Bazaruto Archipelago also offer saltwater fly-fishing for you to try your hand at catching a prized bonefish.

Professional scuba diving and snorkeling operators offer you the chance to further explore the coastOff the shores of Inhambane you will find the world-renowned Manta Reef and Galleria. These diving spots have Giant Manta Rays, Whale Sharks, Turtles and other thriving sealife to discover.

Experience sailing in a traditional dhow around the Archipelago. These islands offer gorgeous azure waters, bronzed beaches lined with palm trees and untouched coral reefs.

Weather in Mozambique

Mozambique has a tropical climate with lovely sunshine throughout the year. Average temperatures are around 28°C to 32°C which makes it a perfect holiday destination to enjoy outdoor activities. The rainy season is from November to April yet it still remains hot and humid especially during December and February. In contrast inland is slightly cooler with heavier rainfall mostly during January and March.

However the Southern regions of Mozambique are prone to cyclones. So during the months of January and February the region experiences torrential downpours. Hence the Bazaruto Archipelago is best avoided during the cyclone season.

May to November is the Winter season. Travel during this time if you prefer the cooler temperatures of 15 to 21 degrees Celsius. Game viewing in Mozambique is also ideal during the dry season particularly from August to September. As the vegetation thins out you will have greater visibility as animals congregate around the rivers and waterholes.

 

Flying to Mozambique

International flights from South Africa to Mozambique are the main flights in Mozambique. Yet other routes fly to Mozambique from Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Kenya, Portugal and Qatar.South African Airways have several daily departures from Johannesburg (O.R. Tambo Airport) which fly into Maputo. Federal Airlines fly to Vilanculos International Airport which is in the north of Mozambique. Other airlines that fly from Durban in South Africa are Kenya Airways, Swazi Express Airways, Qatar Airways and TAP Portugal. South African Airlink, LAM and Kenya Airways will also take you to regional airstrips in Mozambique.

Facts on Mozambique

  • Republic of Mozambique
  • Population of around 19 million people
  • Capital city: Maputo
  • Time Zone: GMT/UTC + 2
  • Official Language: Portuguese
  • Religions: Indigenous beliefs (30%), Christian (40%) and Muslim (30%)
  • Electricity is 220V (50HzHz)
  • Country Dialing Code is +258
  • Currency: Metical (Mtn)
  • Medical info: Malaria, Schistosomiasis (bilharzia), Hepatitis, Typhoid, Diphtheria, Tetanus and Meningococcal meningitis

Popular Questions we get asked about Mozambique

Is Mozambique good for tourists?

Absolutely! Mozambique boasts stunning beaches, vibrant culture, and rich history, making it a fantastic destination for tourists seeking adventure and relaxation.

What is the most visited place in Mozambique?

The stunning beaches of Tofo and Vilanculos, with their crystal-clear waters and incredible diving spots, tend to top the list for most visitors.

What do I need to know before going to Mozambique?

Be prepared for tropical weather, embrace the laid-back pace of life, and get ready to indulge in delicious seafood!

Why do tourists visit Mozambique?

Tourists flock to Mozambique for its breathtaking beaches, incredible diving opportunities, and the chance to explore its diverse culture and history.

Are people in Mozambique friendly?

Absolutely! Mozambicans are known for their warm hospitality and friendliness towards visitors.

When should I visit Mozambique?

The dry season from April to September is ideal for visiting Mozambique, offering pleasant weather and great opportunities for outdoor activities.

Can you drink alcohol in Mozambique?

Yes, you can enjoy alcohol responsibly in Mozambique. Just be sure to stay hydrated in the tropical heat!

Is Mozambique safe for solo travel?

Mozambique can be safe for solo travelers, but it’s always wise to take precautions and stay aware of your surroundings, especially in urban areas. For this reason we always recommend a tour as it is the safest way to travel around the region.

What shots do I need to go to Mozambique?

Make sure you’re up to date on routine vaccinations, and consider shots for diseases like hepatitis A, typhoid, and malaria prevention medication depending on your travel plans.

Do you need malaria tablets to go to Mozambique?

Definitely, Malaria is a risk in Mozambique, so it’s highly recommended to take malaria tablets, especially if you’re visiting rural or coastal areas.

Do UK citizens need a visa for Mozambique?

Yes, UK citizens need a visa to enter Mozambique. You can typically obtain a visa on arrival or apply in advance through the embassy or consulate.

Is it safe to walk in Maputo?

Maputo can be safe for walking during the day, but it’s advisable to exercise caution and avoid poorly lit areas at night.

Is Mozambique using Visa or MasterCard?

Major credit cards like Visa and MasterCard are accepted in some establishments, particularly in urban areas, but it’s always a good idea to carry cash for smaller transactions.

What is the best currency to take to Mozambique?

The Mozambican Metical (MZN) is the local currency, but US dollars are widely accepted and can be easily exchanged.

Can I use my debit card in Mozambique?

Debit cards may be accepted at ATMs and some establishments, but it’s always a good idea to inform your bank of your travel plans beforehand to avoid any issues.

How much is the visa on arrival in Mozambique?

Visa on arrival fees can vary, but it’s typically around $50-$100 USD, payable in cash.

Should I tell my bank I’m going overseas?

Yes, it’s a good idea to inform your bank of your travel plans to prevent your card from being blocked due to suspected fraudulent activity while abroad.

Can you drink tap water in Mozambique?

It’s generally not advisable to drink tap water in Mozambique. Stick to bottled or boiled water to stay safe.

Do you need yellow fever for Mozambique?

Yellow fever vaccination is not mandatory for entry into Mozambique unless you’re arriving from a country with a risk of yellow fever transmission. However, it’s always a good idea to check current requirements before your trip.