Located on the south-eastern coast of Africa, Mozambique boasts incredibly diverse and scenic landscapes.
Over a period of 27 years, Mozambique has moved from being a Portuguese colony, to a Marxist-Leninist state, through 17 years of civil war to an independent democracy in 1992. Today, with a population of 19.2 million, Mozambique is one of Africa’s brightest hopes and one of its few success stories.
A virtually undiscovered, tropical paradise with stunning natural attractions, and all the intrinsic characteristics of an incredible holiday destination.
It combines 2,400km of coastline, replete with idyllic palm-lined beaches, tropical islands, crumbling forts, delicious seafood and world class diving that is virtually unrivalled with unspoilt bush, unique wildlife and an enchanting history and culture.