Mozambique with its history and beautiful sea.

Facing the Indian Ocean, Mozambique has a beautiful coastline and remote islands. The name of the country of Mozambique comes from the World Heritage site of the island of Mozambique. You can feel the exotic atmosphere of the historical landscape that flourished during the Portuguese colonial era and the Dow Arab-style sailboat floating in the beautiful sea. The official language is Portuguese.

Name Republic of Mozambique
Language Portuguese
Capital Maputo
Religion Catholic , zionist church, islam
Currency MZN


The rainy season is from November to April, and it is particularly humid and hot from December to February. From June to November is the dry season with little rain. The interior is colder than the coast and the coast is extremely hot and humid. Especially the northeast coastal area is the hottest area. Highlands like Nampula and Niassa have cool and pleasant climates.


September, which is the final stage of the dry season, has a very pleasant climate and the climate is comfortable, not too cold or too warm. After October the temperature will rise during the rainy season or you will feel

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Mozambique Highlights

Bazaruto National Park

The ‘Bazaruto National Park’ is a land that divers long for. Divers gather around the world to discover the most beautiful and transparent marine life in the Republic of Mozambique. It is also a great spot for those who want to enjoy snorkeling. You can also see colorful corals and interact with sea turtles. Humpback whales may appear near the national park around August, and a powerful sight can be seen.

Vamitzi Island

Located on the north side of the Republic of Mozambique, Vamizi Island is popular for its beautiful white sand beach. It is considered the best fishing ground in East Africa and many fishing fans visit it. Also recommended for water activities such as rowboats and kayaks.

Neptune Nursery

The Neptune Nursery, where you can see the most beautiful coral reefs in the world, has a flat coral reef at a depth of about 15 meters, where you can see many fishing fish and blue-eyed parrots.

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