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Hand-crafted Travel to Mozambique

Offering plenty of African charm, head to Mozambique for miles of sandy beaches, warm waters and superb marine life. The mainland is home to a wonderful colonial history, with vibrant markets mirrored by the privacy of island life. Many of Mozambique’s islands offer total exclusivity; here you can truly relax and avoid any hustle and bustle. With endless stretches of coastline, this destination offers the perfect end to any safari or simply as a stand-alone beach break with some of the world’s best scuba diving sites.

Local Time: GMT+2

Local Currency: Mozambican Metical

The best time to visit Mozambique largely depends on what you want to experience during your trip. Mozambique has a tropical climate with a wet season and a dry season, and its coastal location makes it perfect for beach holidays and water activities.

Dry Season (May to November): This is generally considered the best time to visit Mozambique. The weather is dry and sunny, making it ideal for beach vacations, diving, snorkeling, and other water sports. Wildlife viewing in national parks is also better during this time as animals gather around water sources.

Wet Season (December to April): The wet season in Mozambique can be quite hot and humid, with occasional heavy rains. While the landscape is lush and green during this time, some areas may become inaccessible due to flooding. However, this is also a good time for birdwatching as migratory birds arrive in the country.
Keep in mind that Mozambique’s climate can vary from region to region, so it’s a good idea to check the specific weather conditions of the places you plan to visit.

Ultimately, the best time to visit Mozambique depends on your interests and what you want to do during your trip. If you’re planning a beach holiday or water activities, the dry season is usually recommended. If you’re interested in wildlife viewing or birdwatching, the wet season can also be a good choice.

Travelling to Mozambique with True

Our team love the variety of Mozambique, from the colourful and rich history, to the underrated nature of its safari offering. Speak to one of specialists about planning the ultimate Mozambique experience.

A True Mozambique Itinerary

Our travel design process starts with you and your ideas, each trip created from a blank piece of paper.

Our Africa specialists have created a selection of example itineraries to provide a sense of what can be crafted for you in Mozambique.

13 Day Itinerary

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Guide Price: $11,900pp

True Experiences In Mozambique

The foundations of a memorable holiday are the experiences and Namibia has an abundance of activities to make each itinerary special.

Our Featured Mozambique Camps and Lodges

There is endless of variety high quality authentic properties in Mozambique and True Travel partners with the very best.

Each trip True Travel curate is based on the experience you are looking for and as an independent travel operator, we are not obliged or committed to any properties. You can rest safe in the knowledge that the accommodation we recommend for your stay has been chosen based on your interests, not ours.

Mozambique Hotspots

Mozambique comprises three main regions: the Northern Region, famed for the Quirimbas Archipelago and Niassa Reserve; the Central Region, featuring the Zambezi River, Chimanimani Mountains, and Beira; and the Southern Region, home to the capital Maputo, Bazaruto Archipelago, and the coastal beauty of Inhambane and Vilankulo.

Our region guide will help with your initial planning, but our team of Africa specialists, Matt and Felix, are there to support your your trip to Mozambique.

Quirimbas Archipelago and Vamizi Island

The Quirimbas Archipelago is a jewel-like string of perfect coral islands running along the northernmost section of the Mozambican coast towards the border with Tanzania. Made up of just a few dozen islands, this remote area is about as Robinson Crusoe as it gets.

Mozambique’s Southern Coast

Indian Ocean sunrises, turquoise waters, fantastic snorkelling, and some of the best whale watching in Africa is waiting for you on Mozambique’s vast sweep of unspoiled coastline. Yet it is still an undiscovered gem, waiting to be explored.

Bazaruto and Benguerra Islands

You’ll find the Bazaruto Archipelago just off the central Mozambican coast. A grouping of six white sand islands that are either a short helicopter flight or slightly longer boat journey from the mainland.

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Our Africa specialist, Felix has over 20 years of experience selling Africa holidays, so you can be assured you will be in the best hands when planning your trip. He will look after you start to finish using his expert knowledge to give you a holiday to remember.

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Felix has over 20 years experience designing trips to Africa and has travelled to many far-flung regions in the continent; visiting at least twice a year since his career began.

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