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Mozambique

Beckoning to the seasoned traveler, Mozambique’s palm-lined beaches, remote islands, and untamed national parks offer the perfect combination for a beach and bush safari.

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Mozambique

Beckoning to the seasoned traveler, Mozambique’s palm-lined beaches, remote islands, and untamed national parks offer the perfect combination for a beach and bush safari. Flourishing from its tainted history of civil war, this southeast African country is one of most underrated African beach destinations which has much to offer in terms of barefoot luxury experiences. From the secluded Quiriumbas Archipelagos in the north of Mozambique to the Bazaruto Archipelagos further south, the warm waters of the Indian Ocean are a paradise for marine life, making Mozambique one of the best scuba-diving destinations in the world. Spend your days diving with enchanting whale sharks and humpback whales, sailing around remote archipelago on a private dhow safari and watching wildlife at one of the most ‘biodiverse’ places on earth, Gorongosa National Park.


Mozambique LuxVenture® Trips

LuxVenture® Trip

Rwanda, Botswana + Mozambique LuxVenture®

Experience gorilla trekking, big game safaris and island adventures in the ultimate safari covering three top destinations in Africa.

Duration 18 Days
Price Price on request
When Jun - Oct

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With a coastline stretching from South Africa to Tanzania, the southeast African country of Mozambique covers an expansive area of 800,000 square kilometers. A combination of bush and beach, this vastly unexplored country’s shoreline meets the warm Indian Ocean with islands and archipelagos dotting its coast. Hidden off the north coast of Mozambique is the Quirimbas Archipelago. This stretch of 32 coral islands is home to an array of marine wildlife from whales to the rare and elusive dugong. Mangrove covered Ibo Island is the best known of the archipelago, hosting traditional architectural villas from a bygone era. Further south, you’ll find the protected Bazaruto archipelago. Consisting of 5 islands, including Benguerra and Bazaruto, the archipelago is popular for diving and snorkeling and promises an array of wildlife from leatherback turtles to Nile crocodiles. Moving to the central inlands you’ll find Gorongosa National Park, considered the most biologically diverse of Mozambique’s conservation areas, this national park covers an area of 5370 square kilometers.

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