Travel to Mozambique with On The Go Tours
Draped along Africa’s Indian Ocean coastline from South Africa up to Tanzania is magical Mozambique. It's one of the continent's best kept secrets with dazzling powder-white beaches, coconut palms, crystal blue waters, idyllic offshore islands and some of the world’s best diving. Once Portugal’s most important colony, Mozambique has a fascinating cultural heritage and has overcome its turbulent past of civil strife, placing itself firmly back on the tourist map. Maputo, the vibrant and lively capital, and charming Inhambane and Vilanculous with their bevy of beautiful beaches, hold real appeal. Get off-the-beaten-track and discover Mozambique on our safari tour departing in 2019 and 2020.
Upcoming Mozambique Trips 2019 and 2020
|Mozambique Adventure - 14 Days||Johannesburg, South Africa||17 Oct 2019||AUD $1,038 was $2,075 2-for-1|||
Mozambique Budget Overland Camping Safaris
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With a coastline that fronts the Indian Ocean for 2,500km, Mozambique is home to some of Africa's most beautiful beaches. Imagine fine sands, swaying palms and deep azure waters and you're half way to picturing the idyllic coastal scenes of Mozambique. Enjoy some time at leisure at Praia de Zavora Bay with our range of overland camping safaris, adding a touch of R&R to your wildlife adventure.
Mozambique Travel Guide
Start planning your Mozambique adventure with our online travel guide resources including recommendations on when to go and what to see
Places on our must-see list of any visit to Mozambique
Information on climatic and weather conditions
Money, shopping, transport, food, health advice & more
Information on tourist visa procurement
- Sleepwalking Land
by Mia Couto
- Mozambique Mysteries
by Lisa St. Aubin de Teran
- A Girl Named Disaster
by Nancy Farmer
Facts about Mozambique
- The national flag of Mozambique is the only one in the world that has a modern weapon on it.
- While Portuguese is the national language, there are more than 40 other languages spoken within Mozambique.
- It is considered improper to handle or offer anything with your left hand - only the right hand is acceptable.