Mozambique boasts endless stretches of pristine beachfront, with a string of beautiful tropical islands in the warm, azure waters of the Indian Ocean, perfect for an adventure trip. The pearl of the Indian Ocean, Mozambique boasts 2 500 km (1 550 miles) of pristine beachfront on the mainland, with a string of beautiful and idyllic tropical islands, glittering like jewels in the warm, azure waters of the Indian Ocean. Soft, white sand beaches lined with coconut palms stretch as far as the eye can see.
Mozambique has remained an exclusive adventure destination as many of its islands and mainland beaches are isolated and secluded, offering adventure and overland travellers the ultimate escape. There are no golf courses or shopping malls here, but the unspoiled natural beauty and rich marine life have pushed the country to the top of the list for adventure travellers, scuba divers and water sports fanatics.
Mozambique is a spectacular country for adventure. With over 2,500 kilometers of pristine coastline, it’s not surprising that most of the country’s popular activities revolve around the ocean.
Its beaches are remote and still largely isolated and protected from the ravages of too many visitors, and the crystal clear warm water of the Indian Ocean is utterly inviting. So if you're looking to kick back in the sun and sip on cocktails or are in search of the ultimate adventure, Mozambique’s waters has something for everyone. It’s clear that wherever you go in this stellar country, you’ll find adventure.
A large part of the allure in adventure and overland travel is discovering and sharing the unique stories, cultures, traditions and different country specific 'local ways’ that each trip uncovers. However, there are times when local first-hand, on the ground knowledge is vital to the successful planning and completion of an adventure trip. Our intimate local knowledge and expertise of the region, its people, cultures, wildlife and specific customs is readily available, inspiring confidence and peace of mind in your adventure to Mozambique.