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CONTACT DETAILS
Phone: 0861 112 552 (RSA) | +27 31 207 3370 (Int’l)
E-mail: mit@iafrica.com
Website: www.mozambiquetours.co.za

MOZAMBIQUE TOURS - SINCE 1988, WE HAVE PROUDLY OFFERED A PROFESSIONAL SERVICE CREATING TAILOR-MADE PACKAGES AND PROVIDING SPECIAL OFFERS TO THE VARIOUS DESTINATIONS IN MOZAMBIQUE.

Come to where it all Started………

Welcome to Mozambique……., a country warm, with beautiful places and exotic beaches, with miles of fine white sand undiscovered. Its archipelagos contain stories and legends that are still respected from generation to generation. But its charm comes not only from its exotic places or landscapes or environment of their cities, rather a contrast in the land and the people who are born and live with passion and intensity.

Mozambique Tours invites you on a journey of exploration, relaxation and warmth. Come enjoy warm Mozambican sunsets, endless beaches and sumptuous seafood And explore all the attractions that make Mozambique so special.

Mozambique (Portuguese: Moçambique) is a country on the Indian Ocean coast of Southern Africa bordered by South Africa to the south, Tanzania to the north and with inland borders withMalawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Swaziland.
Mozambique's eastern coastline along the Indian Ocean is more than 1,000 km long, a fantastic draw for scuba divers, fishermen, sailors and beach lovers.

UNDERSTAND

Mozambique with its enchanting people, full of welcoming kindness and consideration, is bathed by the Indian Ocean. It is a land full of life and hidden beauty, with untouched nature stretching from the endless pristine beaches of Tungué Bay in the far north to the diving enthusiasts' paradise at Ponta de Ouro in the south. And in between there are the paradise islands of Cabo Delgado, Mozambique Island, with its centuries of history and culture, truly a World Heritage site, the treasures of the Bazaruto Archipelago Nature Reserve, nature's gift of Inhambane, where migrating whales pass by without fail, and the beach at Xai Xai, where delicious fresh oysters whet the appetite for more. 

From the 2,436 m Monte Binga peak to the stunning beaches along the coast, Mozambique is a country of contrasts. As well as some of the best colonial era architecture and relics to be found on the continent, Mozambique has also preserved its African cultural heritage, which can be experienced through art, music and food.

Mozambique is also one of the world's new sanctuaries. It is investing in the recovery of its wildlife, with a great variety of nature reserves, and it is likewise devoting resources to tourism, with high quality hunting safaris, but at the same time wor-king to develop greater awareness of the environment.  

In the towns and cities that seem so familiar to us, a great diversity of history and cultures is melded into the architecture, and the pulse of daily life can be felt, from the bustle of the markets to the striking handicrafts, from the museums to the bars and restaurants.

But since it is impossible to say everything at once, we invite you to visit and see for yourself. Visit our website www.mozambiquetours.co.za for our latest package specials. 

KEY FACTS ABOUT MOZAMBIQUE 

  • Capital: Maputo
  • Government: Republic
  • Currency: Metical (MZN)
  • Area total: 801,590 km²
  • Water: 17,500 km²
  • Land: 784,090 km²
  • Population: 19,406,703 (July 2006 est.)
  • Language: Portuguese (official), indigenous dialects
  • Religion: Indigenous beliefs 50%, Christian 30%, Muslim 20%
  • Electricity: 220V/50Hz (European plug)
  • Country code: 258
  • Internet TLD: mz
  • Time Zone: UTC +2

GEOGRAPHY

Mozambique stretches for 2,470 km along Africa's southeast coast. It is nearly twice the size of California. Tanzania is to the north; Malawi, Zambia, and Zimbabwe to the west; and South Africa and Swaziland to the south. The country is generally a low-lying plateau broken up by 25 sizeable rivers that flow into the Indian Ocean. The largest is the Zambezi, which provides access to central Africa. In the interior, several chains of mountains form the backbone of the country.
Almost all of Mozambique falls within the tropics and as such, Mozambique features a mostly tropical climate.
Along the coast, Mozambique has a warm, tropical climate. Evenings are rarely cold, except for a few nights in June and July and the rainfall isn't too high. In summer, temperatures can soar and the humidity levels rise. Temperatures are typically higher in the north, around Pemba and the Zambezi.

The interior plains generally have a higher temperature than that of the coast and have higher rainfall throughout the year. The mountainous regions generally remain cool throughout the year. For up-to date weather forecasts and tide tables visit http://www.climateandweather.com/weather-in-mozambique

The official language of Mozambique is Portuguese, though many people speak English in the capital Maputo and in touristy areas. The further north you travel the less likely you are to encounter English speakers, and as you enter more rural areas even Portuguese is limited.
Swahili is useful in the far north of the country as you get close to Tanzania, especially along the coast, and Nyanja is spoken near the border with Malawi and Zambia. Some native words from the Shona language can be useful if you are traveling near Cabora Bassa.

The sights in Mozambique range from historical attractions to natural wonders that will take your breath away. The beautiful clear blue ocean is the perfect setting for a range of water sports. The coastline stretches for 2500 km, providing an abundance of unspoiled beaches to explore. Mozambique is a vibrant country from the bustling cities to the fishing villages. The African wildlife at the reserves is amazing and provides great photographic opportunities.

MAPUTO 

To The North is the Province of Gaza, to the South is South Africa, to the West is Swaziland and to the East the Indian Ocean. Maputo offers urban tourism in the beautiful capital of the Country and of the Province. It is renowned for its wide avenues lined with red acácias and lilac jacaranda trees and offers the visitor not only sun and sea, on the magnificent beaches on the Indian Ocean coast but also trips to the interior to visit the natural park of Maputo, the dam of the “Pequenos Libombos” or as an alternative, the idyllic village of Namaacha.

The Bay of Maputo, together with the rivers Incomati and Maputo define the limits of the capital. The Inhaca Island, in front, is considered World Biological Heritage because of the magnificient multicolor coral reefs and the number of rare species of fish to be found in the waters.

Inhaca, at a 15 minutes fligth from Maputo, provides good tourist accomodation and is an excellent example of what is to be found on the coast; mangroves, marvellous beaches, wild life and luxurious vegetation. Near Inhaca are two uninhabited islands, Santa Maria and the “Ilha dos Portugueses”. Boat trips to the islands offer a wonderful day at the beach plus sightings of the various species of fish found by the coral reefs. The main ethnic groups are Ronga and Changana.

CABO DELGADO

It is the northern most Province of Mozambique, to the north is the river Rovuma which limits the border with Tanzania, to the south, the river Lúrio separating it from the province of Nampula, to the east the Indian Ocean and to the west the province of Niassa.

Three main ethnic groups inhabit Cabo Delgado: the Macondes, the Macuas and the Mwani. The biggest urban centre is Pemba, an important tourist centre and a historical city situated on the bay with the same name. This bay is the third largest in the world.

To the North, along the 200 Km of coastline, extends the Archipelago of Quirimbas. It consists of 32 islands, and perhaps the best known, in terms of historical interest, natural beauty and magnificent beaches is the “Ibo Island”, which was in the past an important commercial centre first controlled by the Arabs and later by the Portuguese.nhambane is bordered to the North by the Provinces of Manica and Sofala, to the South and East by the Indian Ocean, and to the West by the Province of Gaza, and is considered as perhaps one of the best quality tourist regions in Mozambique.

Apart from the excellent beaches stretching all along the coast, and the famous tourist destination the Archipelago of Bazaruto, the interior holds natural parks where various species of wildlife can be observed.

In the city of Inhambane, capital of the Province, the visitor can visit the local museum and monuments and places that are testimony to the presence of the people that have passed through this land.

The towns of Maxixe, Quissico and Vilankulo are other urban centres of interest to visit, to shop and admire the natural beauty of the surroundings.

The main ethnic groups are the Matshwa, Bitonga and Chopi.

Pemba - Pemba is a popular tourist destination., in the province of Cabo Delgado. It is a port city founded in 1904. Nestled in the heart of Pemba is a local market where you can buy handmade crafts and souvenirs. There is also colorful art sold at this market. Pemba is a good site for water sports and the nearby coral reef means that it is a good diving spot.

ABOUT MOZAMBIQUE TOURS:

Since 1988, we have proudly offered a Professional Service creating tailor-made packages and providing Special Offers to the various  destinations in Mozambique. Our dedicated and experienced staff are able to assist you with the best service and assistance available.

MOZAMBIQUE TAILOR-MADE PACKAGES:

These are specifically tailor-made to suit your holiday requirements - either Fly-in or Accommodation arrangements only. (Island Hopping Packages are in particular our main specialty and this is highly recommended and popular!) Professional Advice just an e-mail away!

Mozambique Fly-in packages:

We have negotiated Special airfares to enable us to use these in our packages. Early booking is essential to avoid disappointment as the flights fill up fast. Our Fly-In Packages can depart from either Durban, Johannesburg or Cape Town) 
Departures from other cities are no problem - simply provide us with your full requirements.

Our Website will provide you with the necessary information and pictures on each Mozambican destination that we handle, enabling you to see which destination/s appeals to you the most so that you can request a package quotation from us accordingly.

Requesting a Tailor-made Package for your dream holiday to Paradise… simply email, fax or call us, on any of our contact details, and one of our consultants will promptly assist you! Please be sure to provide your full requirements for a quicker response time – 
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E-mail: mit@iafrica.com
Website: www.mozambiquetours.co.za
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