The north of Mozambique …
The more undeveloped northern coastline of Mozambique, is rich with history and coupled with remote islands and pristine, untouched beaches.
We have classified the northern coast of Mozambique as everything north of Beira, which is technically incorrect, but makes it easier to describe each area better.
Click on the table below to explore each area in more depth!
Working our way north …
Click here to read more about the Beira area!
Beira is the third largest city in Mozambique, and provides the most direct access to Gorongosa National Park – one of the greatest wildlife restoration projects in Africa!
Click here to read more about the Nampula and Nacala region!
Visit Mozambique Island for history and culture, followed by diving and relaxing on some of the most remote Indian ocean pristine beaches …
Click here to read more about the Pemba region!
Access the Quirimbas Archipelago National Park through this international airport town. Many of the islands are uninhabited, but the underwaters and deserted beaches make for a wonderful pristine destination.
Click here to read more about the Lake Niassa region!
Crystal clear fresh water, and squeaky white beaches on the “wild” Mozambique side of the lake (known as Lake Malawi on the other side). Unbelievable snorkeling and Robinson-Crusoe-type adventures await in this untouched area of the country.