Mozambique is a rising African star, captivating with its beautiful beaches, a colorful underwater world, and idyllic coastal islands. Try out a surface diving on the Bazerut Archipelago, take a lazy boat ride through the mangroves, or rest under the palm trees in the Quirimbas Islands. An adventure-filled safari will give you an opportunity to explore the wild Gorongosa National park. On the island of Ibo, you will observe the work of local silver masters, while walking on the stones streets of Ilha de Mozambique, you will see stunning buildings dating from colonial times.
For almost two decades, all this entertainment was impossible because of a protracted guerrilla warfare. Now the dark period is already in the past and Mozambique invites you to get acquainted with the lush atmosphere of the colorful markets and the 2,500-km long Indian Ocean coast.
If you want something more modern and more cherished, choose southern Mozambique, where the local infrastructure is well developed, roads lead to South Africa and the hotel choice is higher. Here you will have a cup of espresso coffee in one of the many vibrant street cafes in the capital city of Maputo, to taste the stunning “cairipinha” in a jazz bar, and dance in the sounds of traditional marrabent music.
Those who are thirsty for adventure should cross the Zambezi River and go to Northern Mozambique, the last untapped corner of Africa. Traveling here takes time, but the exotic panorama of the coast and the sense of space takes away your breath, and unforgettable adventures and rest in an idyllic environment, on the most beautiful islands across the continent, are definitely worth the attention.