Why Mozambique safaris are truly unique
The coast of Mozambique is renowned for its idyllic, palm-fringed beaches, sloping down to meet the azure waters of the Indian Ocean where colourful fish, sea turtles and whale sharks abound and dhows sail gracefully across the horizon. From the bustling city of Maputo, with its characteristic Mediterranean-style architecture, to the secluded tropical islands of the Quirimbas Archipelago, Mozambique is an incredible yet relatively undiscovered destination.
Mozambique also boasts its fair share of distinctive African wildlife, with big game species such as elephant, lion and rhino roaming freely across the border between South Africa’s Kruger and Limpopo National Park. Reopened in 1998, the famed Gorongosa National Park is well on the way to recovery following the conflict of the Civil War and is now considered a biodiversity ‘hotspot’, offering an off-the-beaten track safari experience for the more intrepid traveller.
Luxury beach resorts and traditional safari camps, coral reefs and savannah grasslands; a safari to Mozambique perfectly combines adventure and relaxation.