"My biggest fear when I die is that my wife will sell my fishing gear for what I told her it cost"
Mozambique renders memories of reading books under palm trees of white beaches, collecting pansy shells in sheltered bays with our kids, and big game fishing at dawn. More recently, as the inner areas of this country have begun to recover from decades of war, her natural environment has slowly rehabilitated, hopefully marking the beginning of her climb to one of the most sought after wildlife destinations on the continent. Watch this space for adventures to Gorongosa National Park.
Pristine islands and undiscovered wilderness
Mozambique is situated on the east coast of Africa on the Indian Ocean coastline north of South Africa and south of Tanzania, with Zimbabwe, Zambia and Malawi to her west. Dotted with popular beaches, offshore marine park and beautiful islands, Mozambique also has access to vast inland areas of thus far little travelled wilderness areas such as Gorongoza. The Bazaruto Archipelago farther south has reefs which protect rare marine life including dugongs.
The international airports of Vilanculos and Pemba connect Mozambique to destinations in Southern and East Africa. Our preferred route from international destinations is into South Africa and then onto Mozambique with Airlink.
Private and scheduled charters are possible from either Johannesburg or Nelspruit to various destinations within Mozambique. Most island resorts are reached by helicopter but some of the lodges are also accessible by boat.
During the Christmas, Easter and August holidays advance bookings recommended
May to November
Cool and Dry, the perfect time to visit.
December - April
Rainy season can result in logistical problems in Mozambique, however, our consultants are experienced regarding the areas into which you can still travel during this period and will advise accordingly.