Unspoiled, undeveloped, and untamed, Mozambique is fast-emerging on the international tourism circuit with its wild beauty and exotic influences. Some 1,500 miles of rugged, creamy coastline are met by world-class coral reefs, primed for swimming, snorkeling, and sunset sailing. True African culture immerses all the senses in the Art Deco-inspired capital, Maputo. Luxury-lusters will delight in the string of exclusive private islands, where white-hot sands seemingly melt into the translucent Indian Ocean.read more
Mozambique beckons with its coastline and swaying palms, its traditions, its cultures, its vibe and its opportunities for adventure. This enigmatic southeast African country is well off most travelers' maps, but it has much to offer those who venture here: long, dune-fringed beaches, turquoise waters abounding in shoals of colorful fish, well-preserved corals, remote archipelagos in the north, pounding surf in the south and graceful dhows with billowing sails. Add to this colonial-style architecture, pulsating nightlife, a fascinating cultural mix and vast tracts of bush. Discovering these attractions is not always easy, but it is unfailingly rewarding. Bring along patience, a tolerance for long bus rides, some travel savvy and a sense of adventure, and jump in for the journey of a lifetime.
Explore the main sights in Mozambique’s former capital, Ilha de Mocambique. A World Heritage Site, the tiny island city is home to churches, trading houses, and old colonial homes, the throwback of Portuguese rule. Or spot elephant, buffalo, lion, and wildebeest on a safari in Niassa Reserve. At a trip’s end, you could relax on the soft sands of the largely uninhabited Bazaruto or Quirimbas Archipelago, where your companions are mostly the butterflies, monkeys and tropical birds that live among the tangled vegetation.
Vilanculos (also known as Vilankulo) is a popular Mozambique holiday destination. Think white sandy beaches and fun watersports such as kiteboarding, snorkeling, sailing, scuba diving, and horse riding. Vilanculos is the gateway to the beautiful Bazaruto Archipelago, a group of islands boasting Mozambique's only underwater National Park.
With miles of soft white sand fringing both its coastline as well as the islands of the Bazaruto and Quirimbas Archipelagos, Mozambique is a classic beach destination for honeymooners and families alike. There are superb diving and snorkeling, the seafood is straight from the ocean, and if you're looking for exclusivity on your beach holiday then pick from one of the private islands - tiny Medjumbeor Quilalea with its beautiful villas.
There's a dose of history too: visit the enigmatic ruins on Ibo Island or spend time exploring the area around Pemba. And best of all, a Mozambique holiday is easily combined with a safari - it's a short flight from the Kruger National Park to the powder-white beaches of Benguerra Island, or you can even round off a safari in the world-famous parks of Tanzania or Kenya with a Mozambique holiday.
Bring the kids and enjoy a fantastic Mozambique family holiday. This is the perfect family-friendly holiday destination. Children can play on the beach and enjoy water sports and activities, while adults can enjoy some rest and relaxation. Introduce your family to different cultures and wildlife, learn about nature and bond with each other while enjoying all the beauty and adventure that a Mozambique holiday has to offer
Unique Villas has a plethora of Mozambique villas to rent in most popular places of Mozambique, such as Vilanculos or Maputo. So, whether you are seeking peace and privacy, or would prefer to be close to popular places, our villa specialists have something just right for you.
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