Mozambique Package Holidays

Package Holidays to Mozambique

Located on the East Coast, Mozambique offers some of the best fishing and beach holidays. Mozambique holiday packages usually include flights from Johannesburg to Maputo depending on the isolation of the area you are visiting, may also include local flights or island transfers via small air charter companies. Most packages will include airport taxes and road transfers to the lodge or resort and accommodation on a bed and breakfast basis. Some packages will include the non-motorised water sports the resort offers.

Most popular areas in Mozambique

With the growth of the country, Mozambique has seen great development in luxury resorts along its coast, and offers visitors many activities to choose from. The major tourist destinations in Mozambique are Maputo, Beira, Tofo, Vilanculos and the Bazaruto Archipelago.

Maputo is the capital of Mozambique, and is situated on the western side of Maputo Bay and has some wonderful historical sites to visit.
Mozambique island is a must see. It is a fascinating island town dating back to the 17th and 18th centuries.
Beira is one of the finest destinations. A port city, Beira is the capital of the Sofala Province on the Mozambique Channel and serves as a port for countries like Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe. The cathedral, lighthouse and Macuti Beach are popular sites to visit in Beira.
There are many destinations in Mozambique for beach holidays, including: Tofo’s beautiful beaches, colourful and vibrant nightlife and excellent restaurants; Vilanculos is a small fishing village from which the five islands of the Bazaruto Archipelago are easily reached and extremely popular.

Info about Mozambique

Mozambique is situated on the eastern coast of Africa opposite the island of Madagascar. It has an extremely long coastline of warm tropical water, and the unique reef that stretches the entire coast is a Mecca for scuba divers. Mozambique was a colony of Portugal, with the first of the settlers arriving in 1498 AD. A brutal civil war followed the country gaining independence in 1975 and this is clearly visible in some areas. Becoming one of Africa’s success stories, Mozambique has a growing export market boosting its economy. Malaria is widespread and it is advisable to consult your doctor before you travel. The highway from Johannesburg is in reasonable condition, but the internal roads of Mozambique are in poor condition and require 4 x 4 vehicles. Johannesburg, Malawi and Zimbabwe have railway links to Mozambique, and several airlines serve Mozambique from neighbouring countries.

Hotels in Mozambique

Areas in Mozambique