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For Almost Two Decades, Mozambique's Attractions Were Inaccessible. Those Dark Times Are In The Past, And Mozambique Is One Of Africa’s Up-and-coming Hot-spots, Mozambique's 2,500km Of Coastline Is Waiting To Be Discovered. Stunning Beaches, Magical Offshore Islands, And Excellent Watersports. Sail On A Dhow Through Mangrove Channels, Laze Under The Palms In A Remote Archipelago Or Join An Off-beat Safari In Some Of The Most Remote Unexplored Destinations.

In Southern Mozambique, The Infrastructure Is More In Place With Great Restaurants And Bars While Accommodation Options Abound, But For More Adventure, Head Into The Wilds Of Northern Mozambique For A Robinson Crusoe Experience Like Nowhere else On Earth. Getting Around Here Takes Time, And Money, But The Paradisiacal Coastal Panoramas And Sense Of Space Make The Journey A Unique, Worthwhile Experience.

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Why You'll Love Kitesurfing In Mozambique!

  • Offering a high standard of accommodation and a superb location
  • Located on one of the largest conservation areas in the Indian Ocean, offering some of the world's best diving
  • Plenty of facilities on site including watersports, a fitness centre, wellness spa, private beach dinners and a pool bar

Did you know...

Mozambique is the only country with a single word name that includes all five vowels. With a rich history of trade, linked to Portugal, Portuguese is the official language of Mozambique. 22% of Mozambique's land is covered by protected areas.

Southern Mozambique is famous for its miles of unspoiled shores and turquoise, warm waters. This remote destination is home to several of the finest beaches in Mozambique and offers an amazing location for water sports enthusiasts with excellent scuba diving, surfing, sailing, snorkelling and kitesurfing. You can spot manta rays, turtles, whales and various other reef fish while chances of whale shark sightings are also particularly good in this area. This area is also one of the few in Southern Mozambique where the last remaining Dugong can be seen. 

This area on the east coast Mozambique was developed as a trading post and was one of Vasco de Gama's favorite spots in Africa. Due to the colonial history, this area is rich in culture with churches, mosques and Hindu temples all common sites. The fishing village of Vilanculos serves as the main tourist area and gateway to the surrounding exquisite islands. The area still maintains an authentic local feeling and is home to a number of great restaurants and bars where you can try the local seafood and enjoy a sunset cocktail.

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