Mozambique

If you think you’ve done scuba diving, seen beautiful beaches, ate delicious food or met friendly people, then prepare to raise the bar. Mozambique is arguably has the most beautiful coastline and friendliest people in East Africa.

Mozambique Travel


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Budget Guide To Backpacking Mozambique

Mozambique travel is by no means easy, but it is extremely rewarding. In this budget guide to backpacking Mozambique, you’ll learn everything you need to know about travelling Mozambique on a budget, including things you won’t find in your guidebook. The snow-white, powdery sands and dazzling turquoise waters that fringe this wild coastline boast some ...
Ilha de Mocambique & Cuemba - The Last Few Days Of Mozambique

Ilha de Mocambique & Cuemba – The Last Few Days Of Mozambique

Nick and I were up early the next morning (of course) and were on our way to Mozambique Island. It was a very long, very bumpy ride in the back of a bus which played kung fu movies at an ear piercing level. The island is actually attached to the mainland by a long bridge ...
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Quirimbas Archipelago, Mozambique: Matemo Island & Rolas Island – Paradise Under a Mosquito Net

Day 4 and 5 in the Quirimbas Archipelago were even more of an adventure than the previous days. We had hired ourselves a captain, a crew and a boat and were setting off to explore two of the nearby islands of Matemo and Rolas. We boarded our dhow (traditional Mozambican boat) and headed off through the completely ...
Quirimbas Archipelago: Travelling Ibo Island & Quirimba Island in Mozambique

Quirimbas Archipelago: Travelling Ibo Island & Quirimba Island in Mozambique

We were so excited to have reached the Quirimbas Archipelago! The first couple of days on Ibo Island were spent enjoying the very old, very beautiful village. In the main part of the old town was a broad, dusty, tree lined promenade with 400 year old wells where the locals would gather to collect their ...
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Pemba to Ibo Island, Mozambique – When Henny Met Henrik

We all woke up at 3:45 am and headed down to the bus station to catch the 4:30 bus North to Pemba. Each morning became harder to wake up as our bodies were slowly running out of fuel. We slept for most of the 10 hour bus journey but woke up every time the bus ...
Vilanculos to Nampula, Mozambique - A Very Long Hitch-Hiking Day

Vilanculos to Nampula, Mozambique – A Very Long Hitch-Hiking Day

We all got up at 6:00am (which would soon become known as “sleeping in”), had a quick breakfast, hoisted our backpacks over our shoulders and took off walking down the dusty roads and through the villages towards town. We were heading to Beira and then eventually Nampula. Since the bus timetables in Mozambique are very ...