A Hub of Culture, Scenic Beauty and Wildlife
Mozambique is a coastal country in Southeast Africa, renowned for its rich heritage, warm weather and pristine beaches. As a result of the country’s unfortunate history, Mozambique is one of the most underdeveloped countries in Africa. However, the tourism sector and agriculture industry are growing rapidly and Mozambique is slowly coming into its own.
Mozambique is a melting pot of different cultures and rich history. The country’s dramatic landscapes, spectacular wildlife and ancient heritage provide great opportunities for both eco- and cultural-tourism. The 1’000-kilometre-long coastline is a drawcard for scuba-divers and beach-lovers, with its stretch of powdery sand, turquoise ocean, shoals of colourful fish and preserved clusters of coral.
Mozambique has a warm, tropical climate, especially in summer when temperatures can soar and humidity levels rise. The country is home to some of the friendliest locals in Africa. Even with a language barrier, travellers are always greeted with a warm smile, the defining feature of any Mozambican.