The number one holiday activity in Mozambique is going diving. Mozambique is known for having some of the best diving in the world. Going on a safari is also one of the exciting activities that can be done with its wild forestry making it an exciting challenge.
On the coast, take a boat to see whales and take diving lessons to get close to marine life. Water sports are extremely popular and there are many opportunities to jet-ski, parasail and water-ski as well as to enjoy more leisurely water-based activities, such as sunset sailing and catamaran cruises.
Food and Drink in Mozambique
Being located around pristine Indian Ocean, seafood is the dominating cuisine with prawns and crayfish in abundance.
With a heavy Portuguese influce from years ago, peri peri is a spicy sauce that is a dominant flavouring in food. There is a hot of local food to eat such as matapa and mukwane.
Attractions in Mozambique
With so much to do on both land and sea. You are spoilt for choice. The Northern Auirimbas Archipelago has arguably the finest beaches in the country scatters across little islands. The Bazaruto Archipelago in the south are just as beautiful but are not private like the Quirimbas. For that safari experience, head to The Niassa Reserve in the far North boarding Tanzania and see Africa at its wild. Animals are not as acclimatised as they are in South Africa so game viewing is more relaxed and adventurous.
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