Mozambique is one of the finest diving destinations in the world, with an abundant variety of marine life.
Operated by Tofo Scuba
The warm waters of the Mozambique current coupled to the extensive in-shore reef structures provide the ideal conditions for surf fishing.
Mozambique was a Portuguese colony, overseas province and later a member state of Portugal. It gained independence from Portugal in 1975.
Horseriding on the pristine beaches of Mozambique has always long been held as one of the most romantic activities available in this isolated and beautiful part of the world.
Surfer's should feel welcome at Mozambique. There are campsites and small bungalows right on the best beaches, local good vibes in the market, and plenty of surf if you come the right time of year.
From clownfish and angelfish, over rays and sharks, to whales and dugongs - they can all be found in the turquoise waters surrounding Mozambique's islands and coastline.
Take a trip on a dhow and feel a great sense of history as the dhows are still built as they were in ancient times. This is something that must be experienced before this age old tradition dies out.
The Mozambique coastline offers some of the most spectacular sport fishing in the world. Here, the Indian Ocean is a marine reserve, unspoiled and largely unexplored, ideal for luxury fishing holidays.