Mozambique offer stunning places to stay and is a perfect place for an out of the ordinary beach holiday or honeymoon. Mozambique stretches from Tanzanian East Africa right down the Indian Ocean to South Africa. There are many lodges offering special deals for honeymoons in Mozambique.
Tourism is fast developing here with several conservation & community projects working well with beach resorts and wildlife organisations. To the north there are pristine wild areas inland bordering Malawi or on the coast near to Pemba or out on the Quirimbas Archipelago. Diving in Mozambique is fabulous all year round and both the north and the busier south of the country, around Vilanculous and Inhambane and the Bazaruto Archipelago are popular for diving and snorkelling.
A holiday or safari in Mozambique is not necessarily an easy or cheap option, as access is quite pricey, but it is definitely varied, different and unusual. Ask us about our tailor made Mozambique holidays.
Relax on a deserted island in the Indian Ocean, with sandy beaches, golden sunsets and the freshest seafood.
Cast your cares aside as you spend six 6 days on an Indian Ocean island famed for its scenic beauty and rich marine life.
Safari in Zambia's superb South Luangwa then relax on an uninhabited island in Lake Malawi.
Explore the beautiful Quirimbas Archipelago, camp under the stars, cruise in your own dhow.
Experience the pristine coast and dunes of the Santa Maria Peninsula in southern Mozambique.
Below you’ll find some of our very favourite places to stay in Mozambique. However you can also see our full directory of properties by clicking the ‘All Places to Stay’ button.
AndBeyond Benguerra Island offers sumptuous accommodation in a beautiful ocean front setting.
Azura Benguerra Island is a luxury lodge on a private beach. A stunning location.
An exclusive resort of just 9 villas on a small Indian Ocean island.
A comfortable lodge offering a unique combination of beauty, comfort and relaxation on an island in the Bazaruto Archipelago.
Ibo is a great place to immerse yourself in the local history and culture of this remote Mozambique island.
A peaceful, relaxing hideaway with great diving and fishing, excellent seafood and first class hospitality.
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Time: GMT +2 hours
Flight time: No direct flights from the UK, but daily access is via Johannesburg or Dar Es Salaam. There are light aircraft connections to the more remote islands and reserves.
Language: Portuguese is widely spoken in Mozambique and remains the main language. English is understood in a few larger towns.
Visas: Most nationalities do need a visa for Mozambique
Health: This is a malarial area and several vaccinations are receommended.