The opportunity for relaxation and barefoot luxury offered in visit to Mozambique is the perfect complement to the fast pace of a safari. Here, guests can sleep in late, enjoy a full day of lying on a pristine beach, read a book steps away from the ocean, or enjoy activities such as snorkeling and scuba diving.
Many of Mozambique’s islands boast no roads or stores–only pure, barefoot, postcard luxury in one of the world’s most beautiful beach destinations–while its cities feature Portuguese colonial architecture, flowering tree-lined streets, and unique historical and cultural attractions.
While visiting Mozambique, a dhow cruise is a must. These traditional sailing vessels are crafted by hand and painted in vivid color. Their sails are pieced together like a patchwork quilt. Mozambicans primarily use the dhow as a mode of transportation, but an evening cruise will affords guests the opportunity to photograph Mozambique’s stunning sunset.
Lodging in Mozambique is intimate and sincere hospitality shines forth. The harmony that exists between lodges and the local community is apparent and guests are welcomed warmly by the local community.