Come and leave our European “somehow-summer” and join our expeditions to Mozambique, you will definitely experience wonderful moments like watching whales, which come swimming close to shore to mate. Breathtaking tropical sunsets are waiting, mixed with the sound of clashing waves.
Mozambique though isn´t only about water, swimming, diving and beach life, there is also a very rich history and an interesting colonial architecture mixed with hot portuguese blood. Rich history is attractive for many travelers, from the southern beaches to the very cultural northern islands like “Ilha da Mocambique”, “Ibo” or other places the old heritage will be ever present.
Mozambicans are no strangers to fun and good times, long nights and colourful days make this country a wonderful experience. Bustling streets, markets, coffeeshops and bars are everywhere. Wherever one goes, he will meet people, in villages, alongside roads either on foot or on their motorcycles. And the best is – no one is in a hurry and often we feel like time has stopped here.
Mozambique invites you to come and visit – and also because it is not the easiest to get there, but it´s worth it. It is a 3rd world country and distances here are tremendous. If you travel with peace, tolerance and patience you will have the trip of your lifetime.
The country of Mozambique is situated in southern Africa, with Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe, South Africa and Swaziland as its neighbours. The eastern side is one huge shoreline where it meets the Indian Ocean. If you mention to anyone that you want to cross Mozambique from north to south, then it actually means crossing 1/3 of the African continent. The “spaghetti-like” country stretches across the dramatic scenery of the Zambezi valley, which forms part of the Great Rift Valley and which divides the country into a different south and north. The south is more flat, more touristy, more developed. The north is dotted with granite hills and mountains as well as a savanna-like landscape…
Mozambique is a very photogenic country. Many tourists avoid the north but that is exactly why we want to go there – because “off the beaten track” is attractive.