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Mozambique’s stunning coastline, adorned with white sandy beaches and azure waters, lures travelers in search of paradise. Its rich history and vibrant culture, influenced by African, Arab, and Portuguese heritage, create a vibrant atmosphere and plate of food. From diving and snorkeling in the Indian Ocean to exploring its unique island archipelagos, Mozambique offers a tropical getaway like no other.


Mozambique’s climate is tropical, with a wet and dry season. The best time to visit is during the dry winter months from May to October when temperatures are cooler and rainfall is minimal. This is an excellent time to explore the pristine beaches and vibrant marine life for snorkeling and diving enthusiasts. The Bazaruto Archipelago and Quirimbas Islands are particularly popular during this period for their idyllic conditions, tranquil waters and the arrival of the whales (July to Oct)


    • Benguerra Archipelago: The Benguerra Archipelago consists of several idyllic unspoiled beaches, turquoise waters, and lush tropical vegetation, creating a paradisiacal setting for visitors. The archipelago is part of the Bazaruto Archipelago National Park, a protected marine reserve. Its waters are teeming with diverse marine life, including colorful coral reefs, tropical fish, dolphins, and even the elusive dugongs. The archipelago is renowned for manta ray and whale shark sightings. Speak to us about curated excursions affording guests the opportunity to snorkel or dive alongside these majestic creatures
    • Santa Maria Peninsula: A promontory jutting out from the mainland into the balmy Indian Ocean. Exceptional seasonal whale watching and seasonal turtle behavior are two major highlights. Have your every need catered for in a spectacular 8 bedroom Ocean facing villa.