Sublime clear waters, nature reserves, interior lagoons, and forests of baobabs and mangroves: the African jewel of Mozambique is all this and more.
To the north, the region of the plateaus is characterized by the stunning emerald hills rising from the Great Rift Valley. The landscape changes towards the centre and south, with plains criss-crossed by rivers, the most important of which is the Zambezi, known for its stunning waterfalls.
The Bazaruto Archipelago is composed of five small tropical islands and is truly a tropical paradise. Declared a national park in 1971, it regales visitors with its forests and turquoise waters, white beaches and coral reefs.
The Quirimbas Archipelago, composed of nearly thirty little islands, is the ideal habitat for sea turtles, dugongs, dolphins, and an array of tropical fish so astonishing that snorkelling becomes an enchanting underwater voyage.