Mozambique Tourist Attractions: 15 Top Places to Visit
Planning to visit Mozambique? Check out our Mozambique Travel Guide video and see top most Tourist Attractions in Mozambique.
Top Places to visit in Mozambique:
Island of Mozambique, Bazaruto Archipelago, Quirimbas Islands, Benguerra Island, Lake Malawi, Cahora Bassa Dam, Inhaca Island, Praia do Tofo, Gorongosa National Park, FEIMA - Feira de Artesanato Flores e Gastronomica, Portuguese Island, Bilene, Vamizi Island, Governor's Palace Museum, Iglesia de San Antonio de la Polana
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The Top 7 Things to Do in Mozambique ● The Best Tourist Destination
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The Top 7 Things to Do in Mozambique
For many years, Mozambique’s international reputation was marred by colonialism, civil war and natural disaster. Now, nearly a quarter of a century after the end of its most notorious conflict, the country is emerging as one of Southern Africa’s most rewarding tourism destinations. It is full of remarkably untouched wilderness areas, ranging from lush game reserves to sun-drenched tropical islands. The capital, Maputo, is a cosmopolitan city defined by its European architecture and diverse people; while cuisine all over the country is influenced by Mozambique’s Portuguese heritage. Here are eight of the best ways to spend your time in this newly rediscovered paradise.
1. Learn to Scuba Dive
2. Go Island Hopping
3. Look for Exotic Wildlife
4. Explore Lake Niassa
5. Discover the Country's Colonial Past
6. Try Deep Sea Fishing
7. Sample Mozambican Cuisine
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(2018) Maputo Travel Film & City Guide - Mozambique, Africa (4K)
Narrated by locals. We spent a month in Maputo discovering the best of what the capital city of Mozambique had to offer and put together a short travel film of the city with will give you an idea of what to expect when traveling to Maputo. The beach, city, nightlife, arts culture and more is what you should expect to see while in Maputo.
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Mozambique, officially the Republic of Mozambique, is a country in Southeast Africa bordered by the Indian Ocean to the east, Tanzania to the north, Malawi and Zambia to the northwest, Zimbabwe to the west, and Swaziland and South Africa to the southwest. It is separated from Madagascar by the Mozambique Channel to the east. The capital and largest city is Maputo (previously called Lourenço Marques before independence).
Between the 1st and 5th centuries AD, Bantu-speaking peoples migrated from farther north and west. Swahili, and later also Arab, commercial ports existed along the coasts until the arrival of Europeans. The area was explored by Vasco da Gama in 1498 and colonized by Portugal from 1505. After over four centuries of Portuguese rule, Mozambique gained independence in 1975, becoming the People's Republic of Mozambique shortly thereafter. After only two years of independence, the country descended into an intense and protracted civil war lasting from 1977 to 1992. In 1994, Mozambique held its first multiparty elections and has remained a relatively stable presidential republic since.
Mozambique is endowed with rich and extensive natural resources. The country's economy is based largely on agriculture, but industry, mainly food and beverages, chemical manufacturing, aluminium and petroleum production, is growing. The country's tourism sector is also growing. South Africa is Mozambique's main trading partner and source of foreign direct investment. Portugal, Brazil, Spain and Belgium are also among the country's most important economic partners. Since 2001, Mozambique's annual average GDP growth has been among the world's highest. However, the country ranks among the lowest in GDP per capita, human development, measures of inequality, and average life expectancy.
The only official language of Mozambique is Portuguese, which is spoken mostly as a second language by about half of the population. Common native languages include Swahili, Makhuwa, and Sena. The country's population of around 24 million is composed overwhelmingly of Bantu people. The largest religion in Mozambique is Christianity, with significant minorities following Islam and African traditional religions. Mozambique is a member of the African Union, Commonwealth of Nations, the Community of Portuguese Language Countries, the Latin Union, Non-Aligned Movement and Southern African Development Community and an observer at La Francophonie.
Between the 1st and 5th centuries AD, waves of Bantu-speaking people migrated from the west and north through the Zambezi River valley and then gradually into the plateau and coastal areas. They established agricultural communities or societies based on herding cattle. They brought with them the technology for iron making, a metal which they used to make weapons for the conquest of their neighbors. Cities in Mozambique during the Middle Ages (fifth to the 16th century) were not sturdily built, so there is little left of many medieval cities such as the trading port Sofala.
Several Swahili trade ports dotted the coast of the country before the arrival of Arabs, who had been trading with Madagascar and the Far East.
Coastal trade of Mozambique was at first dominated by Arabs and Persians, who had established settlements as far south as Mozambique Island.
Swahili, Arab and Persian commercial settlements existed along the coast and outlying islands for several centuries.
Travel Guide to Mozambique
In this travel guide I hitch a ride to Tofo, Mozambique, a sleepy fishing village on the Indian Ocean known for its great beaches and amazing diving.
While there I head underwater to check out the local population of manta rays, whale sharks, and coral life; meet up with some new friends who make their living selling art in town; and recuperate from a bout of malaria I unfortunately caught while there.
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Nigeria Tourist Attractions: 15 Top Places to Visit
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Yankari National Park, Olumo Rock, Zuma Rock, Gashaka Gumti National Park, Cross River National Park, Lagos Bar Beach, Victoria Island Lagos, Nigerian National Museum, Lagos Island, Chad Basin National Park, Oguta Lake, Abuja National Mosque, Nike Art Gallery Lagos, Freedom Park Lagos, Lekki Market Lagos
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We went to Praia da Barra for vacation in Mozambique.
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Self Drive Bilene Mozambique.
Complexo Palmeiras is ideally situated along a saltwater lagoon with white sandy beaches and calm waters in the village of Bilene, formally know as San Martino, about 180 km north of Maputo.
esplanade overlooking the calm waters of the lagoon is a very popular spot to enjoy a drink or a meal observing all the various water sport activities.The Coconut Bar offers a wide variety of drinks where you can challenge someone to a game of pool or watch TV via satellite. Accommodation is available in chalets, situated among shady trees overlooking the lagoon.The chalets consist of 2 bedrooms and a bathroom and can accommodate 4 people. The chalets are not self-catering but braai facilities are available. Guests must provide their own cooking utensils, stove and braai equipment. A room with plug points is provided for visitors who' bring their own freezers.Campsites are available under shady trees with easy access to the beach. Ablution facilities with hot and cold water and flush toilets are provided. The 27 -km long lagoon with its beautiful beachfront is the ideal spot for family holidays, where you can participate in various water sports. The mouth of the lagoon, usually blocked by a massive sandbank, is best reached by boat, although a long difficult 4X4 track does allow you access to the beach and the open sea. A qualified dive instructor with a fully equipped boat is available for those who want to explore the magnificent reefs in the area either diving or snorkeling. Deep-sea fishing in the area is also very popular and boats can be chartered at the resort. Bilene is an excellent destination for all waters port enthusiasts especially those who want to ski, sailor just enjoy the beauty of the lagoon on a barge trip.
Praia do Sol:
Praia do Sol is an Eco friendly resort situated on the stunning shores of the Bilene lagoon. The resort is located 2 km outside the village of Bilene itself and although situated on a dirt road the resort is easily accessible with any vehicle. Praia do Sol is a popular holiday destination where you can enjoy peace and tranquility. Not only for a memorable holiday but also as a most enjoyable stopover on your way north. Friendly and helpful staff will make you feel comfortable with that personal touch. The restaurant and bar has an open patio situated right next to the beach -the ideal place to meet for a sundown cocktail. Adjoining the bar area is the boma with a sparkling fresh water pool - a life saver on hot and humid days. Various types of thatched timber and reed chalets are on offer to suit your needs. The en-suite studio chalets consist of one room with a double bed. The lounge area, with a single bed, has a veranda overlooking the lake. The deluxe chalets consist of 3 separate bedrooms, two double and one twin. These chalets are en-suite with a lounge area and veranda. All chalets are set among lush vegetation, secluded and with spectacular views of the lake. A well stocked bar adjoining the restaurant brings all the guests together, creating a very friendly and social atmosphere. Accommodation is on a dinner, bed and breakfast basis. You could choose to play volleyball or just lay about all day on the pristine lagoon beach. The resort also provides a barge for day trips and sunset cruises. There is a ferry, which takes guests to and from the resort to the ocean. There are excellent dive sites to suit everybody's taste - from shallow reefs to caves, overhangs and gullies filled with abundant coral and sea life. Fishing and many other water sports such as windsurfing, paddle skiing, sailing, water skiing and jet skiing are just some of the activities on offer. Explore the beauty of the lake and its surroundings by canoe while observing the magnificence of the fauna and flora the region has to offer.
Mozambique Dream - Drone video
We went for holidays in Mozambique. This place is a dream, and the drone took things to another level. In the end we spent a few days in Kruger Park, S.A.
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Gorgeous unspoiled beaches, tropical islands and fascinating culture await in Mozambique.
10 Best Places to Visit in South Africa - Travel Video
South Africa has all of the features that travelers long for in a vacation destination: fine weather, gorgeous scenery, great beaches, modern accommodations and superb cuisine. The southern tip of Africa also offers an exotic array of once-in-a-lifetime adventures, from off-roading on a safari to diving with great white sharks. It’s hard to name another holiday destination that offers as much variety. Here’s a look ash the best places to visit in South Africa.
Mozambique , Top beach destinations in Africa
Most visitors rate Mozambique as one of the top beach destinations in Africa, if not the world. Design a special package for that vacation of a lifetime to beautiful Mozambique. Take family and friends or just travel alone with spouse and camera!
Mozambique holiday packages offer something for everyone – romantic honeymoons, family holidays with plenty of beach and nightly activities or a scuba diving adventure in the warm Indian Ocean. Most Mozambique beach resorts offer snorkelling, wind surfing, fishing, sailing, kite surfing or just plain walking every day into the distance on long white beaches.
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Maputo, formerly named Lourenço Marques, is the capital of Mozambique.
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Top 10 best places for Paragliding in the World Every one should visit at least once
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Top 10 best places for Paragliding in the World Every one should visit at least once. we have compiled the top 10 paragliding sites in the world here.
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1. Hautes Alpes, France
The paragliding school accepts the beginners and youth. In winter this skiing resort is used for winter fun, but in summer it becomes a paragliders’ haven. Flying in the Alps – the biggest mountain range in Europe – is indeed incredible.
2. Ölüdeniz, Fethiye, Turkey
A beautiful holiday destination in Southern Turkey provides with an unforgettable flight. You can see stunning blue lagoons underneath after taking off from Mount Babadag, which is 2000 m high, or even from higher peaks.
3. Seiser Alm, Dolomites, Italy
The famous skiing site is incredibly suitable for paragliding. From the rocky cliffs paragliders fly over the largest Alpine meadow in Europe! The flight with the pilot takes about 30 minutes – enough to enjoy the flight and admire the views.
4. Dune du Pyla, Gironde, France
One of the most famous paragliding sites in Western Europe. Dune du Pyla due to the weather conditions and wind serves perfectly for paragliders to exercise different techniques and of course admire the wonderful views.
5. Julian Alps, Tolmin and Bohinj Regions, Slovenia
Experienced guides and agencies offers tours in various locations, that are plenty in Slovenia. The whole trips with transport, accommodation and service are available. So it is suited for the real aficionados.
6. Danyang, South Korea
Two and a half hour drive from Seoul and you reach a paraglider’s heaven. The popular tourist town is found in the beautiful natural surroundings. There are two runways for paragliding and hang gliding – Mt. Yangbangsan and Mt. Dusan, from where wonderful sites of the mountains and valleys open.
7. Castelluccio, Umbria, Italy
At 1452 m high, Castelluccio is the highest village in the Apennines. The little village is best known for the colorful valleys, that start blooming in spring and summer. In the town there are also hang gliding and paragliding schools, that offer an unforgettable flight.
8. Queenstown, Otago, New Zealand
A resort town in the South Island attracts tourists all year round. Built around Lake Wakatipu, Queenstown is surrounded by the Southern Alps, that make it a wonderful platform to jump off and fly.
9. Wengen, Canton of Bern, Switzerland
The hiking and skiing village is a nice place to visit at any time of the year. Here tourists are provided with various activities, that enable to explore the Jungfrau-Aletsch site protected by UNESCO. Paragliding is one of the favorite ones.
10. Bazaruto Archipelago, Mozambique
Situated 750 km off the mainland, the remote place is divine. The archipelago is barely touched by civilization. Only white sandy beaches and crystal clear water. Aficionados Jody MacDonald and Gavin McClurg were the paragliding pioneers here.
15 Things you need to know before traveling Mozambique
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Top 10 Things to See and Do in Swaziland
In the summer of 2013, I visited the African country of Swaziland, also known as the Kingdom of Eswanti, which is a tiny, landlocked principality that borders Mozambique and South Africa.
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Even though it’s small, it’s incredibly diverse. I want to take you on a tour of the top 10 things you have to see and do when you go there. Are you ready to come along with me? Let’s get started.
Mbuluzi, a private game reserve that boasts an amazing number of grazing animals like giraffes, impala, zebra, kudu and nyala. It is roughly 3,000 hectares in area and borders the Lubombo Mountains, Mlawula Nature Reserve and Hlane Royal Park. Mbuluzi doesn’t contain any predators, so it’s safe to drive, walk, or cycle through the park without the supervision of a guide, although you can reserve a game drive with a guide if you want.
Sibebe Rock, the second largest monolith in the world after Uluru in the Northern Territory of Australia, and one of Swaziland’s iconic attractions. It towers over 350 meters above the valley of the Mbuluzu River and was named after a rock climber who tragically lost his life scaling the rock.
Shewula Mountain Camp, Swaziland’s first community-owned eco-tourism attraction. This beautiful and unique camp, set in the Shewula Nature Reserve, offers village walks that allow visitors to get to know the local community and residents, witness traditional song and dance performances, visit a local healer, and enjoy the natural beauty of the reserve.
Swazi Candles Craft Market, a unique shopping center containing gift shops and boutiques that showcase the craftsmanship of local artisans, including wood carvers, basket weavers, jewelers, and mask makers. In the market’s namesake shop, Swazi Candles, you can buy colorful paraffin wax candles that have been molded and sculpted, by hand, into various animal shapes.
Swazi Trails is the only white water rafting tour operator in the country, and therefore this adventure is the only one of its kind in Swaziland. A trained Swazi Trails river guide will accompany you for either a half day or full day, depending on which package you buy, and no prior experience is needed on your part.
Hlane Royal National Park, the largest game park in Swaziland. The park covers roughly 85 square miles and features four of the Big 5 safari animals: elephants, rhinos, leopards, and my favorite, lions, like this guy I had to wake up super early to catch! It was also amazing to come across so many rhinos during my game drives.
Ngwenya Glass Factory in the town of Motshane. It is regarded as the most prestigious glass factory in Africa. Here, you can watch the professionals make beautiful and intricate glass creations, including decorative bowls, wine glasses, chess sets, and animals like whales, fish, gazelles and even the Big 5.
Mantenga Cultural Village, which features Swaziland’s top traditional song and dance show and is located in the beautiful Mantenga Falls Nature Reserve. After enjoying the traditional harmonies and energetic dances, you can tour a reconstruction of an 1850s Swazi hut village and learn about the tradition diet, customs, and family structure from local guides.
Mkhaya Game Reserve, one of Swaziland’s big game parks. Here, you can find a wide variety of wildlife, including black and white rhinos, elephants, giraffes, sable antelope, and buffalo. While the white rhino is endangered in Africa, Mkhaya is the best place in Swaziland to see one. The accommodations here are incredible.
Umhlanga Reed Dance, a fascinating, eight-day long cultural event that takes place at the Queen Mother’s Royal Residence, during which tens of thousands of the nation’s unmarried women cut reeds and carry them back to the Royal Residence, where they are used as windbreakers for the perimeter. The seventh day of the reed festival is a national holiday, and is when the king participates and thousands of spectators come out to see the women dance and celebrate the Queen Mother.
And there you have it! The top ten things you must see and do when you go to Swaziland. I hope you enjoyed this video, and that it inspired you to visit this amazing country. If you loved this video, please give it a thumbs up, leave me a comment below, and subscribe to my channel. Thanks for watching, and I will see you in the next travel adventure!
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