After recovering from many years of civil war, Mozambique opened its doors to tourism and is fast becoming the hottest beach destination in Africa.

With an enviable position between Tanzania in the north, Malawi and Zambia in the northwest and South Africa to the south, Mozambique has become the perfect compliment to any African safari.

With almost 2,500 kms of palm fringed beaches with warm turquoise Indian Ocean waters, silky white sandy beaches and spectacular coral reefs, The Bazaruto Archipelago in the south and the Quirimbas in the north both offer excellent diving, fishing and small, friendly boutique accommodation.

Away from the coast Lake Niassa lies to the west and for the safari connoisseur the recently restored Gorongosa National Park offers isolated wilderness with an incredibly diverse range of rare birds and big game.