The startlingly beautiful coastline of Mozambique offers not only archetypal palm-lined tropical beaches but also boasts snorkelling, diving and game fishing to rank with the very best in the world!
These sports combined with the bustling port of Maputo, one of Africa's most attractive cities, and the beguiling Inhambane Province makes for a fascinating destination that is as varied and enticing as any in Africa.
Mozambique is fast becoming the bird watcher's destination of choice as there is now an abundance of birdlife which has proliferated over the years. You can expect to see such treasures as Senegal lapwings, Eurasian oystercatchers, brown-headed parrots and Madagascan bee-eaters among many, many others. Kayak through ancient mango swamps, sail in dhows and at the end of your day, dine on the freshest and most delicious seafood while you listen to the soft sounds of the Indian Ocean as it laps the ancient shoreline.
There are no hard and fast rules concerning the weather. Conditions can vary enormously from year to year and from region to region. Sometimes the rains don’t come, sometimes there are showers at the most unexpected times of year. This is a very rough guide to the seasons and weather conditions you might expect to encounter. If you would like to discuss the conditions in more detail, please call us and we will be pleased to help.
Mozambique s a country in Southeast Africa bordered by the Indian Ocean to the east, Tanzania to the north, Malawi and Zambia to the northwest, Zimbabwe to the west, and Swaziland and South Africa to the southwest.
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