Mozambique Beach Holidays
Mozambique offers amazing beach side holidays with warm, azure waters and sea side activities. While Mozambique has large national parks that connect to the Kruger National Park, the safari experience is still in its infancy. Most visitors enjoy Mozambique for the beach holiday experience.
Mozambique. A Tropical Paradise.
Mozambique is situated in southeast Africa bordering the Mozambique Channel between South Africa and Tanzania. Mozambique is an untouched destination and offers some of the best dive spots in the world combined with 2500km of spectacular coastline and white sandy beaches; visitors can dive amongst colourful tropical fish and corals or sail along the shoreline.
Mozambique is the ideal holiday destination for honeymooners, families or visitors seeking an adventure holiday. It offers intimate and romantic hideaways and secluded coves for snorkelling and swimming.
The Bazaruto Archipelago consists of four main islands being, Bazaruto Island, Benguerra Island, Magaruque Island and Santa Carolina Island.
Benguerra Lodge offers romance, privacy and luxury; ideal for honeymoon guests or guests looking for a peaceful hide-away. Azura Benguerra offers a magnificent location of tranquil blues and a romatic beach holiday environment.
The Quirimbas Archipelag o consists of 27 idyllic islands; the ideal tropical island destination offering magnificent untouched white sandy beaches and extraordinary marine life.
Matemo Island Lodge offers spectacular views, unspoilt beaches, magical sunsets and incredible marine life combined with luxurious accommodation. Medjumbe Private Island Lodge is known for offering the ultimate in romance and exclusivity on a tiny island in the beautiful Quirimbas Archipelago.
How to Get there
SUNSAFARIS can arrange scheduled flights for visitors to Mozambique. Maputo is the main International airport. There are regular flights from South Africa to Maputo and visitors can also book a private charter from Dar es Salaam or Nairobi. There are also direct flights to the Bazaruto Archipelago in the centre of Mozambique and the Quirimbas Archipelago in the far north from South Africa. The local airline LAM (Linhas Aéreas de Moçambique) operates 3 weekly flights to Nampula, Pemba from Dar es Salaam and 2 weekly flights from Nairobi.
Visitors can self-drive to Mozambique from South Africa. The road from Johannesburg, via Nelspruit, to Mozambique, is in good condition and well-tarred and the border crossing is at Komatipoort/Ressano Garcia.