Mozambique is rich in tourism opportunities because the country is a gold mine of environmental, cultural, historical, sporting and scenic attractions! It is also a place of constant warmth and sunshine, friendly people and wide open spaces.
Tourists therefore flock to Mozambique to explore her tourism attractions and businessmen go there to discover tourism opportunities. Accommodation in the form of hotels, lodges, resorts, self-catering houses, villas, cabanas and campsites have enriched Mozambique’s tourism and she also offers tourists a wide range of fantastic foods to eat. Think succulent prawns, juicy crayfish and crab curry? Soft Portuguese breads, fresh cashew nuts and lovely fruits straight from the trees.
Mozambique is one of the most hospitable African countries south of the equator and easily accessible – daily flights land at Maputo, Vilanculos, Inhambane and Pemba. Self-drive tourists love the open road though the border posts can be time consuming. Tourists must remember up to date passports and visas!
You too can customise your dream holiday so that you get value for money. You can choose great Mozambique accommodation when you are a tourist in the country and this could be in Maputo, Ponto do Ouro, Bilene, Beira, Inhambane, Vilankulo, Pemba, Nacala, the Bazaruto Archipelago or the Quirimbas Archipelago.
A visit to awe-inspiring Ibo Island is for those who want to learn more about the country’s history and to stay in luxurious, renovated mansions with secrets of the Arab and Portuguese trading days to share. Ibo Island Lodge is a unique example of swish, friendly accommodation with a wonderful cultural and outdoor attraction. Ibo attracts tourists of all kinds to try their unique dhow island hopping safaris and their diving from their Dive Quirimbas activity centre. Click here to learn why you should dive with the dolphins on Ibo Island.
Tourism in Mozambique centres around water sports and beaches – deep sea diving and fishing, swimming with dolphins, snorkelling, kite surfing, surfing, wind surfing, stand up paddle boarding, and simply sailing along on a traditional dhow. It also means eating the local foods, buying local arts and crafts and having fun in large cities. The Mozambique game reserve up north, Gorongosa National Park and Niassa Wildlife Reserve are really spectacular safari hideouts where you can see the Big Five while staying luxury accommodation.
Just about every corner of Mozambique is popular with visitors – businessmen are increasingly becoming tourists with specific needs and children also like to have plenty to see and do. Honeymoon couples, families, friends and other groups of people will all love Mozambique and its tourism.
So, welcome to Mozambique and we hope you enjoy your stay! Contact one of our consultants to ensure your holiday is perfect.