Mozambique

BREATHTAKING SHORES

Mozambique is a paradise lost. Reminiscent of 16th century spice traders, its crystal clear water, extravagant coastlines and deserted beaches of blazing white sand have become a swashbuckling haven. The allure of its archipelagos is infused by a distinct cultural heritage that over the years has sheltered the country from mass tourism. Today its beaches are ultimately spoiling, textured by old lanteen-rigged wooden dhows and an infectiously peaceful vibe.

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EXPERIENCE

DREAMY ENDEAVOURS

In the north, the Quirimbas Archipelago consists of thirty dreamy tropical islands both rich in coral and thriving with tropical fish. A land of barefoot and water-based endeavors, the surrounding Indian Ocean waters are deliciously blue. Embark on nautical adventures deep-sea fishing, scuba diving with thrilling drop offs and snorkelling amongst hawksbill turtles and gentle whale sharks. Lazy lunches can be spent on isolated creamy sandbanks indulging in private picnics of the most deliciously fresh seafood.

ENCOUNTER

WILD BEAUTY

In comparison to Mozambique’s islands, its northwestern landscapes offer a different take on the idyllic. Lake Malawi’s freshwater shores are wild with beautifully unspoilt beaches.

ENCOUNTER

WILD BEAUTY

In comparison to Mozambique’s islands, its northwestern landscapes offer a different take on the idyllic. Lake Malawi’s freshwater shores are wild with beautifully unspoilt beaches.

EXPLORE

WHERE THE MERMAIDS ROAM

Down in the southern Bazaruto Archipelago, at 10km long and 5km wide, tiny Benguerra Island is famous for its sublime beaches, tropical vegetation and outdoor activities. Dive amongst rare groups of endearing dugongs, graceful manta rays and, if you are lucky, you may encounter pods of humpback whales from June to October. There is also scope to go horse riding - gallop down vast stretches of coastline soaking up liberating views. The evenings take a change of pace with romantic dhow trips at sunset and low-key beachfront dinners under a star studded sky.

DISCOVER

UNTAMED WILDERNESS

On Mozambique’s northern border, the Niassa Reserve is the country’s largest, with high concentrations of game and birdlife residing in vast tracts of thick woodland and savannah. Undoubtedly new to tourism and largely undiscovered, its endless views of towering mountains, flourishing vegetation and the wide Rovuma River are mesmerising.

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