The best Mozambique itineraries

Mozambique location

Eastern Africa


Land borders


South Africa




Mozambique at a glance

Metical (MZN)




Average (3 of 5)

Level of costs

Shrinking (2 of 5)

Tourism trend change

Relative safe (46 / 100)

Safety index

Very underdeveloped (44 / 100)

Human development index

Best itineraries

At Mozambique, Eastern Africa, you will begin your route. The focus is mainly on not so famous cities.
You can pay with Metical everywhere. These flight connections are taken during this route: Maputo - Lichinga, Tete - Quelimane and Beira - Maputo. During your travel you have to speak Portuguese . And if you speak only english it could be an adventure.
This itinerary brings you through Eastern Africa, more precisely Mozambique. The focus is mainly on not so famous cities.
Many cities are hot in December. There are two flight connections. These are Beira - Inhambane and Maputo - Beira. During your travel you have to speak Portuguese . And if you speak only english it could be an adventure. You can pay with Metical everywhere.

Things to do

In the sun-dappled water, we see them clearly through our snorkel masks. First one, then five, then a whole pod of over 30 sleek g


Things to do in Mozambique

What to do in Mozambique in Pemba

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As with most islands, Inhaca is a small paradise for lovers of sea sports. One can enjoy kayaking, sailing lessons, windsurfing, a

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To highlight the aforementioned road concerns, here are two short snippets from my Mozambique travel experience that I paid for wi

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Eat & drink

Nope! It was just a matter of figuring out where to look. , and that’s a pretty perfect descripti

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Daily complimentary boat trips are offered at low tide to a sandbar for breakfastand snorkeling. ...

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A good hat is both stylish and functional. In peak dry season there is little to provide shade, UV rays are intense and can easily


Safari Pants

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If you’re on a special trip or have a higher budget there are some great beach bungalow type accommodations in Mozambique. These

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Climate: Mozambique has two seasons, wet and dry. The wet season is from October to March and the dry season from April to Septemb

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Local markets are the places to go for fruit, vegetables, and eggs – but also for shopping needs, here you’ll find clothes, small

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Looking for what to do in Mozambique? Read on for my 10-day Mozambique travel itinerary based on my recent visit to the pearl of t

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For those backpacking Mozambique, we’ll break down a two weeks itinerary for the southern part of the country. This itinerary can

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This is one of my favourite countries on the planet and I can’t recommend it highly enough. I had such a wonderful trip that I’m a

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The entry visa is valid for 30 days, check the expiration date that will be printed on your passport. It is possible to request th

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I use this method because you get more value usually where you go and can find some pretty sweet pads in great areas. You seem m

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I stayed at the Southern Sun Maputo hotel which was a bit pricey, but it was safe, clean, and in a great location. There are plent

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I chose to only stay with a backpackers and a budget motel for frugal reasons – and they exceed my expectations. ...

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