About the Country
Some of the key words that set Mozambique apart from other beach destinations are remote, untouched and exotic. With no shops or nightlife, one feels truly remote and can have a rare moment to complete a healthy reflection on life.
Offering unique marine life, expanses of white beaches and warm Indian Ocean waters, this is the perfect finale to a safari in South Africa, Tanzania, Zimbabwe or Zambia. The islands of Benguerra and Bazaruto are conveniently reached from Johannesburg or directly from the Kruger. The Bazaruto and Benguerra Islands lie about 15 kilometers off the town of Vilanculos on the Mozambican coast. Vilanculos is serviced by a scheduled charter out of Johannesburg and the flight is only 90 minutes long. From Vilanculos, connection is easy via light aircraft or a boat transfer. It is a privilege to experience the privacy that Mozambique offers, which can be enjoyed in some of the world’s most luxurious or rustic accommodations. Read on to find out more about regions and landmarks in Mozambique.