Tailor-made Mozambique beach and wildlife holidays

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Mozambique Holidays

The new holiday discovery on the East African coast, Mozambique stretches all the way up the Indian Ocean from South Africa to Tanzania, its coastline boasting some of the finest beaches in Africa.

Kuro, Lamai and Ndutu - Luxury Tanzania Safari

Kuro (Tarangire), Lamai, and Serengeti Ndutu were very different, but all terrific in their own way.

Brian and Heather

Mozambique By Region

Bazaruto Archipelago and Vilanculos

The Bazaruto archipelago is one of the most popular and iconic destinations in Mozambique. Strings of islands with pristine, palm-fringed beaches lie scattered in this beautiful part of the Indian Oce....

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Manda Wilderness

Manda Wilderness is a small, rarely-visited game reserve in the far north-west of Mozambique, on the eastern shores of Lake Niassa. Established in 1997 as a community trust, it has only one lodge, the....

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Maputo, Mozambique’s busy capital, is a vibrant city packed with interesting architecture, bustling street markets, fabulous Afro-Portuguese cuisine and a lively atmosphere. It is situated on Mozambiq....

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Niassa Reserve

Part of the greater Selous eco-system, Niassa Reserve is the largest safari park in Mozambique, and by the far the most rewarding to visit. The wildlife at Niassa is diverse and game drives frequently....

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Quirimbas Archipelago

The Quirimbas Archipelago is a captivating chain of 27 islands just off the north coast of Mozambique. The waters around the archipelago are notable for their staggering underwater drop-offs and rich ....

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Our Mozambique Itineraries

Quirimbas Island Hopping Safari

This 8-day part mobile / part lodge safari will show you the best of the Quirimbas Archipelago, Mozambique. You will spend four nights mobile camping on the islands of Quirimba and Matemo, before transferring to the barefoot luxury of Ibo Island Lodge.


  • Mozambique


  • Safari and Wildlife Holidays
  • Cruise Holidays

Prices from £2880 pp

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Mozambique By Activity

Additional Information

Visa Requirements

British passport holders require a visa for Mozambique. A passport with at least six months validity and at least three blank pages is required. Visas are available on arrival however, these are reserved for those who do not have a consular representation in their home country. As the High Commission of the Republic of Mozambique is in London, a visa is required prior to travel, details can be found online:

The visa takes three to five working days to issue and costs:

Single Entry £50.00

Multiple Entry £80.00

Visas can in certain circumstances be obtained on arrival, but it is strongly recommended that you apply for a visa in your country of origin prior to travelling, as visas on arrival are not standard practice in Mozambique.

We recommend you double check visa requirements before travel as requirements can change.
Non-UK passport holders: please consult your

Kilimanjaro & Tinga Tinga

Thank you for making our Kilimanjaro climb and subsequent safari the adventure of a lifetime.