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Top 7 Things to Do in Mozambique – Planning your Ideal Trip

When you think that the world has discovered all its fancy spots that could sweep you off your feet with its 'baby blues', the world gives you Mozambique! If you have not already bucket-listed Mozambique, let our well-composed list of things to do in Mozambique convince you!


Explore Gorongosa National Park

Post the traumatic Civil War that had been terrorizing the region for longer than the liking of all, the Gorongosa National Park is now open to visitors with many of its native species resettles with the tireless efforts of the officials. A safari in the national park is truly an eye-opener, especially considering how far this once war-torn region been flipped around to make this triumphant little park.


Visit the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park

Experience the magnificent wildlife in their natural essence down at the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park. Opt for one of their wildly famous (pun-intended) safaris to witness a wide variety of creatures deriving from protected areas of Mozambique, South Africa and Zimbabwe. It is one of the most visited attractions in the whole of Mozambique.


A Safari in the Niassa Game Reserve

Niassa Game Reserve is just like a scene out of the movies- where you get to meet the gigantic buffalos and elephant herds coyly wandering around. Not to mention the jag-eyed hungry predators waiting for their gullible prey to circle around. It is quite the view to take in. The fact that this area is still very much under-developed means that its scenic beauty is still untouched and undisturbed.


Chill at Ilha de Mozambique

Not only is the Ilha de Mozambique one of the world's best cultural heritage sites to visit, but also happens to be one of the most stunning islands that Mozambique has to offer. Since it is an undiscovered beach (for now) by many, it is still the perfect beachside slice of heaven with wide beaches and shady avenues overlooking some truly iconic colonial buildings all for yourself!


Swim with dolphins

Mozambique is literally 'jackpot' for any divers and all those who would die for some maritime adventure trips. The fact that the waters are relatively calmer and quite a bit significantly clearer than the water around most island nations or archipelagos, it is the perfect spot to dive and get all up and close with its notoriously friendly mammals and swimming with their delightful dolphins. Mozambique Resorts such as the luxury resort Anantara Bazaruto Island Resort have excellent options for those who fancy trying it!


Dive in the Quirimbas Archipelago

The Quirimbas Archipelago hosts the largest marine park in the whole of Africa- and hence is a must-do item that needs to make your list! Take a plunge into their limitless azure waters and swim alongside some impressive dugongs, sea turtles, dolphins and even humpback whales! Don't forget, if you are around here, you are close to some of the world's richest coral reefs within which over 375 different species of fish co-exist.


Explore Maputo

Now this part of the Maputo town we are talking about is everything ancient. Its famous Maputo Railway Station designed by Gustav Eiffel certainly stands out among everything else, although the city is filled with an overload of shaded boulevards and colourful markets for the taste of everyone who would visit!