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Mozambique Private Tour

In Mozambique you may well feel like you’re the only visitor. You can sail at your leisure on a native dhow, to deserted islands in a stunning archipelago. Or fly over a sea that’s a kaleidoscope in tones of blue. You can walk through maze-like streets, past the faded baroque mansions of former Portuguese colonists, or ramble through a nature reserve that is twice the size of the Kruger National Park. And much less visited. You can discover the history of the slave and ivory traders or dive at your own leisure in the magnificent undersea world. There is some incredible diving in Mozambique. The Bazaruto archipelago has been a protected area since 1971. Here you can find dugongs, dolphins, whales and turtles. In Tofu, Inhambane you can see whale sharks and manta rays. Nacala to the north of Mozambique is a beautiful area with a great diversity of sealife. The Quirimbas National Park lies along the north east of the country. With over 20 virtually untouched islands – many of them uninhabited – there’s no art to finding yourself the deserted ‘castaway’ beach of legend.


Things Not to Miss in Mozambique

•Visit Quirimbas Islands
•Dive Bazaruto Archipelago
•Stay in a villa on a private island
•Ilhia de Mocambique
•Chill in Maputo
•Enjoy the white sand beaches
•Whale shark migration


Best time to visit
May – Nov (cool and dry weather)
Jul – Oct (for humpback whale sightings. With superb scuba diving, dhow sailing trips and sea kayaking all high up our list of idyllic, Indian Ocean experiences.)

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