Mozambique is a country in Southeast Africa bordered on the east by the Indian Ocean, Tanzania to the north, on the northwest by Zambia and Malawi and South Africa and Swaziland to the southwest. The Mozambique Channel to the east separates it from Madagascar. Maputo is the capital and largest city in Mozambique. The official language of the country is Portuguese.
Mozambique is just over 799,000 square kilometres, and is slightly less than twice the size of California. It also has 2,470 kilometres of coastline. Its population is just over 24,692,000 & is a exciting country to visit. Here are just a few of the activities you can enjoy.
Visit the fabulous national parks, Great Limpopo and Gorongosa, Lake Malawi. A vast, crystal clear lake that borders Mozambique, Tanzania, and Malawi, is considered to contain the greatest number of fish to any other lake in the world. Explore Inhaca Island: Only a very short boat ride from Maputo, this small serene island is reputed as a home of the rarest fauna and flora species of the world. Often called Africas last frontier, Mozambique, is a paradise for hikers, swimmers, and scuba divers, as well as snorkelers. There is also endangered species of turtle to swim with, and the occasional rare Dugong.
The best time to visit Mozambique is between May and October, when it is comfortable, sunny and dry, and temperatures average 18.3 degrees Celsius.