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Mozambique Holidays

Mozambique? Battered, war-torn legacy of the Cold War? Not any more - Mozambique has risen from the ashes and is fast becoming everyone's 'must-see' holiday destination.

And for good reason.

Mozambique holidays will delight you with their breadth of experience. Haunting colonial architecture sits side by side with modern luxury accommodation while remote tropical islands treat you to out-of-this-world snorkelling and diving. Mosques, churches, castles and bull rings: it's where the Mediterranean meets Africa with a bit of Arabia thrown in for good measure.

Mozambique is a country where the deserted beaches and clear waters of tourist brochures really do exist and where you choose your evening meal from the fisherman's net. Head for the central Bazaruto Archipelago or the northern Quirimbas Archipelago for the ultimate tropical beach experience but there are also great mainland beach destinations too as well as remote bush camps in wild national parks.

Mozambique holidays are all about barefoot luxury in stunning surroundings, ideal not just for the active visitor but families and honeymooners too - there's a Mozambique holiday for everyone.

Choose from our great range of Mozambique accommodation - whether it's a luxury romantic hideaway or everything-you-can-do diving resort there'll be something for you, and don't forget to check out our full range of Mozambique tours as well - it's a country that combines particularly well and easily with other destinations like South Africa and Botswana: Big 5 safari and big lazy beach anyone?

Experts Reviews

Pristine sandy beaches and swaying coconut palms coupled with rich marine life ... Mozambique offers scuba diving, snorkelling, sailing, deep-sea fishing, fly fishing, sunset cruises and dolphin tours. It is the ideal beach destination if you would rather stay in smaller and more intimate lodges and want to avoid big hotels with lots of tourists. Perfect for honeymooners!!


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