To make your trip to Mozambique an experience just as wonderful as the multiculturalism that it offers us, it is necessary to follow certain recommendations.
And to save you time, at Only One we have decided to create a list of recommendations for your next trip to this country. So take note and make yourself comfortable.
It is necessary to have a visa to enter Mozambique. You may also need a yellow fever vaccination certificate, depending on your country of origin.
Do I need vaccinations to visit Mozambique?
Some vaccines are recommended to visit Mozambique. The WHO and ISTM recommend the following vaccines: typhoid, hepatitis A, hepatitis B, yellow fever, rabies, polio, triple viral (measles, mumps, and rubella), meningitis, TDaP (tetanus, diphtheria, and whooping cough), and influenza.
In addition, there is a risk of Malaria throughout the national territory, so we recommend Malaria prophylaxis treatment. The Yellow Fever vaccine is mandatory if the traveler comes from countries at risk. Consultation with international vaccination services is recommended.
What should I pack to visit Mozambique?
- Mosquitoes are a problem in Mozambique, so you should always use repellent, especially after sunset.
- Bring extra memory cards and batteries for your camera and cell phone, as it may be difficult to find where to buy them during the trip.
- Avoid wearing blue or black clothing. Those colors attract flies.
- Consider bringing a headlamp, because power outages are common in Mozambique.
- Light clothing appropriate for hot weather.
- Water can be expensive and tap water is not recommended, so consider bringing a water filter or iodine tablets.
COVID measures within Mozambique
- The curfew for all cities is from 9pm to 4am.
- To enter Mozambique, a PCR test with a negative result is required, carried out a maximum of 72 hours before departure at origin, even if you have the vaccine certificate.
- There is no longer any obligation to quarantine when arriving from abroad.