Mozambique - the fastest growing tourist destination in Africa!
Welcome to the Republic of Mozambique, or in Portuguese, “Moçambique or República de Moçambique,” named after the sultan, “Muça Alebique.”
If you are travelling in Mozambique, there are certain document you will require
All visitors, except South Africans and Malawians, require visas to travel
During the civil war in Mozambique almost all big game was killed........
Beira is the second largest city in Mozambique built at the mouth of the Pungwe River in the Sofala Province. This seaside town is a hot and humid place, especially in the summer months.
Beira’s population is over 55,000 and the main business in the area comes via the port, and a road and railway line constructed from the coast eastwards, providing Zimbabwe with its main outlet to the sea. The Port of Beira acts as a gateway for the interior of the country as well as Zimbabwe, Zambia and Malawi. The principal exports from the Port of Beira are sugar, tobacco and corn.
The area is a high risk malaria region, and you should always take precautions against being bitten by mosquitoes.