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Five reasons to visit Mozambique

23 March 2017
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Situated on the east coast of southern Africa, Mozambique is one of Africa’s premier beach destinations. Boasting palm-fringed beaches, endless string of offshore reefs and island - if you’re looking for relaxation, then Mozambique should be quite high on your travel wishlist.

If you’re keen to taste and experience this mix of life, here are five reasons to go on a Mozambique safari.

Africa’s greatest wildlife restoration story

Mozambique is home to the Gorongosa National Park, a park which was once a successful park that got reduced in size and wildlife to gain more farming land.

Now, the park extended again and the number of wildlife grew with it. According to Gorongosa, scientists see Gorongosa as a hotspot of biodiversity and as one of the most unique and special national parks in the world.

Lago Niassa

Lago Niassa is a great African lake located between Malawi and Tanzania. In Malawi, it’s known as Lake Malawi and in Tanzania it’s known as Lake Nyasa.

It is the ninth largest lake in the world and the third largest and second deepest lake in Africa.

Outstanding marine life


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According to Mozambique Resorts is Mozambique internationally known for having stunning marine life, with the coast isurrounded with coral reefs and a great diversity of species, from a variety of sharks, to whales and dolphins.

The Indian Ocean coastline

According to Mozambique consists 2,500 kilometers of Mozambique’s Indian Ocean coastline out of sandy, palm-fringed beaches. Tofo beach and Bazaruto, two of Mozambique’s beaches, are even mentioned on a list of the 25 best African beaches created by CNN Travel.

Mozambique’s cuisine with a little Portuguese

Mozambique is famous for its cuisine according to Mozambique travel. The cuisine serves flavourful food influenced by the Portuguese who colonized Mozambique for hundreds of years. This can be seen by the use of the Portuguese peri-peri sauce along with Mozambique’s seafood.

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