Be mesmerised by a coastline of white sandy beaches and azure waters teeming with coral reefs and exotic marine life.

Mozambique is the ultimate Robinson Crusoe hideaway destination, perfect for a post-safari beach stay.

This rarely visited country in the southeast of Africa has a coastline stretching more than 2,000 kilometres and some of the best beaches on the Indian Ocean with turquoise seas abounding in colourful fish, well-preserved corals, remote archipelagos and white-sailed dhows plying calm waters. It also has charming colonial-style architecture, vast swathes of bush and a fascinating cultural mix.

Mozambique’s beaches and archipelagos are the country’s main attraction and are largely untouched save for a handful of luxury hotels and hideaways which offer total seclusion and an abundance of marine activities. Its most beautiful archipelagos – Bazaruto and Quirimbas – are a picture-perfect collection of tropical islands lying in coral-rich seas fringed by sandy beaches and mangroves with access via the central coastal town of Vilanculos and Pemba in the north. And with Abercrombie & Kent you’ll experience sheer escapism at a handpicked selection of dreamy island hideouts.


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LANGUAGE Portuguese
POPULATION 31,309,944
AREA 801,590 km²
CURRENCY Mozambican Metical

When to Go

Mozambique has a subtropical climate, with a dry season lasting from April to December, and rains falling January to March. Beaches are beautiful throughout the dry season, although the winter months can be windy, especially in the north. Humpback whales can be sighted between July and October.

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Abercrombie & Kent partners with a small selection of boutique hoteliers and operators in Mozambique. And we’ve been redefining luxury travel for nearly 60 years so that you experience only the best on your special journey.

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