Inhambane / Tofo


  • Quirimbas Archipelago

    Sun Setting at Ibo IslandThe Quirimbas Archipelago is situated in the north of Mozambique. With only a handful of island lodges and resorts in the Quirimbas, the area remains one of the last undeveloped jewels in Africa and is a perfect island, beach, fishing, diving and yacht charter destination. The islands also form part of the Quirimbas National Park, ensuring that the pristine marine life and ecosystems are protected for future generations.

    Pemba is the capitol of Cabo Delgado province, a prominent tourist centre and historical city situated on the bay with the same name. This bay is the third largest in the world. The coastline of this province is approximately 200 km long and there is innumerable beaches that stretch along the coast – most well known being Wimbe.

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  • Bazaruto Archipelago

    Sun Setting at Azura MozambiqueBazaruto Archipelago is a beautiful location consisting of the four islands of Bazaruto, Benguerra, Magaruque and Santa Carolina. The islands are situated off mainland Mozambique between Vilanculos and Inhassoro Islands. The warm waters offer coral reefs rich in rare and beautiful vegetation and marine species, making it a snorkeling and scuba diving paradise.

    The islands are also home to a variety of wildlife, a vast array of bird species and at least five species of sea turtles have their breeding grounds on the islands.

    The coastal town of Vilanculos is also better known as the gateway to the Archipelago. It is possible to rather book accommodation in the town and enjoy various day trips and excursions to the islands for the more budget conscious.

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  • Inhambane / Tofo region

    Flamingo BayInhambane is a tropical area with deserted white beaches and clear tropical waters, virtually undiscovered by tourists.

    The town of Inhambane is one of the oldest settlements in southern Africa. In 1534, Portuguese traders established a trading post here and their legacy can be seen in the architecture and layout of the city. Hundreds of graceful dhows on the usually tranquil water is one of Inhambane’s most obvious features.

    Apart from the friendly Mozambique people and breathtaking scenery, the region is fast becoming world famous for its spectacular diving. Diving off the coast of Inhambane compares to some of the best in the world. Some of the awesome sightings include Manta Rays, Whale Sharks and migrating Humpback Whales. The warm waters of the Indian Ocean are teeming with life and the reefs are pristine. This is also one of the last refuges for the endangered Dugong.

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  • Maputo Region

    Sun Setting at Azura MozambiqueMaputo is the premier city of Mozambique and the administrative capital. Maputo was known as Laurenco Marques under the Portuguese.

    The long civil war has left the city with a legacy of neglect and disrepair but efforts are underway to restore it to its former glory. Political stability and economic reforms have led to improved facilities in the city - new shops and restaurants, hotels nightclubs and an improved public transport system are some of the improvements.

    The Museum of the Revolution, National Art Museum with its collection of the country’s contemporary artists and the old Fort on Parca are some of the attractions of Maputo.

    Maputo perks up on Friday and Saturday evenings with late night parties and nightclubs that stay open till dawn.

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  • Game Reserves

    Sun Setting at Azura Mozambique

    Bordering Kruger National Park and bounded by both the Limpopo and Olifants Rivers, with the mighty Shingwedzi flowing through its heart, Parque Nacional do Limpopo is populated with a wide range of wildlife and boasts breathtaking scenery. This awe-inspiring adventure is more accessible than ever before. Entry is now possible from South Africa via border posts located in Kruger National Park at Giriyondo, just north of Letaba, or Pafuri in the north-east at Crook’s Corner. Access to the Park from Moçambique is via Massingir dam in the south or Mapai in the east.

    Mozambique’s three national parks include the Gorongosa National Park, the Maputo Elephant Park and the Marromeu National Park. The flagship is Gorongosa National Park, in central Mozambique, which is currently being rehabilitated in a large scale project spearheaded by the Carr Foundation, a US non profit organization, and the Mozambique Government.

    Together they are working to not only protect and restore ecosystem of the Park, but also to develop an ecotourism industry that will benefit the local communities. The reintroduction of large numbers of bulk grazers has been in operation since 2006 to complement and grow the existing population of wildlife, including lions and other carnivores, that already roam the great expanse of the Gorongosa National Park.

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  • Ilha de Mozambique Region

    Sun Setting at Azura MozambiqueRecognised as a world heritage site, this former Portuguese trading-post is an enchanting maze of narrow streets fringed by tall buildings with a bustling harbour and market. Of particular interest is the 7th century palace museum, crammed with old cannons, muskets, sedan chairs and other memorabilia gathered by the Portuguese colonialists from round the world.

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  • Southern Mozambique

    Sun Setting at Azura MozambiqueThe southern part of Mozambique is well known as a diving destination, especially in the area of the small coastal towns of Ponta do Ouro and Ponta Malongane. This part of Mozambique is easily accessed via the South African border post of Kosi Bay, which is a mere 10 km from Ponta do Ouro.

    Southern Mozambique is mainly a 4x4 self drive destination as there are no tarred roads in the surrounding area or connecting to Maputo. A variety of water sport activities is available in the area, including scuba diving, snorkeling, deep sea fishing and turtle nesting walks to name but a few!

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  • Lake Niassa / Other

    Sun Setting at Azura MozambiqueLake Niassa, known as an African Great Lake and the 09th largest lake in the world, is bordered by Mozambique, Malawi and Tanzania. The tropical freshwater lake is also the second deepest lake in Africa and reportedly the habitat of more species of fish than any other lake on Earth. The lake offers a tranquil and unspoilt destination where the remoteness of the destination enhances the privacy and enjoyment of its guests.

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