An exclusive and as yet unspoilt destination, with some of the world’s most beautiful beaches which extend for long distances, contrasting with the blue of the Indian Ocean. Ideal for diving and whale, shark and nature watching. The famous Ngrongosa Park is a must for Safari enthusiasts.
Mozambique, a former Portuguese colony which gained independence in 1975, is now a state of East Africa with a population of around 25.2 million residents. The capital is Maputo and the state borders to the north with Tanzania, Malawi and Zambia; to the east with the Mozambique Channel which divides it from Madagascar; to the south with South Africa; to the west with Zimbabwe and Swaziland. Mozambique is considered a developing country which is emerging as an exclusive and exceptional destination for its unspoilt landscapes.
From the second half of the nineties, Mozambique moved to establish protected areas, creating national parks and nature reserves. The most important national parks are: the Banhine national park, the Gorongosa national park, the Zinave national park and the Limpopo park. In 1991 the Island of Mozambique was declared a World Heritage Site.
Typical mozambique dishes
Mozambique cuisine has been heavily influenced by Portuguese culinary traditions. Discover the local dishes of this new and exclusive destination.