The Most Fun Popular Mozambique Safari Activities & Experiences

There are various Mozambique safari activities to enjoy while in Mozambique including; horse riding, diving (there is a lot of marine life to see like the humpback whales, mantas, dolphins, and sharks among others), snorkeling, swimming, traditional sailing using a dhow, fishing, bird watching among other activities.

The most fun Mozambique Safari Activities and Experiences; Beaches, Scuba Diving, Honeymoon Holidays, and Romantic beach horse rides. The popular activities enjoyed on a Mozambique safari or that can be combined with an African safari.

Our Mozambique travel guides offer information and suggestions for visiting this stunning nation, making it simple to arrange a wonderful honeymoon, an interesting family holiday, or a lavish luxury getaway.

Popular Mozambique Safari Activities & Experiences

Ideas for how to explore Mozambique; Our tour guides are as passionate and knowledgeable about Mozambique as our professionals are. We visit this location frequently in order to learn new things, explore uncharted territory, and delve further into the more well-known locations and activities. In addition, we compile suggestions and current data on top-notch tour operators, fresh lodging and dining establishments, and the most interesting modes of transportation.

Luxury vacations in Mozambique

The best-known features of Mozambique are its pristine sandy beaches and wildlife excursions. In Niassa Reserve or Kruger National Park, look for the Big Five (lion, leopard, buffalo, rhino, and elephant), go scuba diving on pristine reefs, or simply unwind on a beach. One of Africa’s untapped gems, Mozambique is the ideal place to spend a luxurious holiday.

Dinner on the dhow at Azura Benguerra
Family vacations in Mozambique

Family vacations in Mozambique

With its pristine, palm-lined beaches and clean waters, Mozambique is a fantastic beach destination for families. There are also lots of activities to keep everyone entertained.

Any age can travel to Mozambique, but since it has malaria, you’ll need to take antimalarials.

Honeymoons in Mozambique

Mozambique is unspoiled, stunning, and wild. Miles of white sand beaches with palm trees lining them are one of its top attractions for newlyweds. Our Mozambique specialists are frequent visitors to the nation and will use their firsthand experience to design the ideal honeymoon itinerary for you.

Game viewing in Gorongosa National Park
Go big game fishing in Mozambique

Go Big Game Fishing

Big game fishing is synonymous with Mozambique, and the two are inextricably intertwined. The waters off the coast of Mozambique provide one of the best and largest selections of big game fish. Although Wahoo, Marlin, and Tuna are seasonal, fishing is fantastic year-round. A catch-and-release policy is used for the vast majority of fishing.

Enjoy the Scrumptious local seafood

The greatest seafood to eat while visiting Maputo is octopus and grilled prawns, which come from Mozambique’s extensive 2,500-kilometer coastline.

local sea food in Mozambique
Visit the Maputo Central Market

Visit the Maputo Central Market

The central market in Maputo is unique in that it shows the variety of civilizations that have influenced Mozambique. Despite a minor drop in the market, this market is still large, measuring around six soccer fields. Although this market sells a wide range of goods, from colorful carpets and household appliances to fresh seafood, spices, and veggies. A trip to this market will be worthwhile, and it’s also a fantastic opportunity to meet locals. With sellers, you may haggle and score fantastic deals. Pickpockets frequent this area, therefore it is better to leave any valuables behind and carefully conceal your cash.

Hike the Montes Chimanimani

It is a mountain range that Zimbabwe shares that is teeming with mahogany and pine trees, and a ton of medicinal plants, and is ideal for rough distant camping and hiking.

Chimanimani Mountains National Park
Traditional dhow ride in Mozambique

Enjoy a Traditional Dhow Ride

Dhows are traditional boats that have been among the main modes of transportation along the African coast for generations. Sail to the stunning islands that are situated along the coast by setting out on a boat. Before boarding and setting off for a new island, you can embark on a snorkeling experience and explore the magnificent reefs.

Historical tour in Ilha de Mocambique

It is a little island off the coast of Mozambique’s north that once served as an important trading hub for Arabs. With its connections to Africa and Islam, diverse population, and impressive colonial-era architecture, it is presently a fascinating destination to investigate.

Historical Tour in Ilha de Mocambique
Cocktails in Polana hotel

Enjoy Cocktails in the Polana hotel

In its heyday, Polana was Africa’s grand old lady of hotels, a haven for wealthy and well-liked travelers during the holidays. The Polana hotel in Maputo underwent a magnificent renovation and is now a lovely place to stay. Although it is really pricey, if you can afford the night, you shouldn’t hesitate to go out and enjoy some cocktails and the ambiance. From the Aquarius Sushi bar, you can overlook beautiful sights across Maputo Bay. They are well-known for their delicious tropical concoctions, which make for the ultimate sundowners as you take in the views of the bay.

Explore the Archipelago das Quirimbas

They are 32 islands that lie off the coast of Pemba town and are only reachable by motor boat. They offer beautiful humpback whale sightings, coral reef snorkeling, and white sand beaches.

Quirimbas Archipelago
Manica Province in Mozambique

Manica Town

This stunning city, which is in the center of Mozambique, was once an important hub for the trading of gold. Locals consider the 1,000-year-old Chinamapere rock paintings to be heavenly.

Dive with Dolphins at Ponta de Ouro

South Africa’s border is a few kilometers away from southern Mozambique. This odd town has some of the nicest beaches in the nation and opportunities for scuba diving with dolphins.

Dive with Dolphins at Ponta de Ouro.
Lake Nyasa

Go Fishing on Lake Nyasa

Large, crystal-clear Lake Nyasa, often known as Lake Malawi, borders Tanzania, Mozambique, and Malawi. Comparing Nyasa to all the other lakes in the globe, a greater diversity of fish species is thought to exist there.

Visit the historical Angoche Town

a tranquil, historic town that still feels the influence of the pre-colonial Swahili and Arab traders. It is located in the country’s northern area. For a glimpse into the past, Angoche is worth the trip.

Angoche Town

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