WELCOME TO MOZAMBIQUE
Mozambique is one of the most exotic and untamed countries for the free spirit adventurers. Mozambique's greatest differentiator is it's incredible coastline , 500km of tropical beach and range of endemic marine species.
The untamed wilderness areas, it's remarkable heritage and culture shaped by centuries of Portuguese, Indian, Arabic and African influences is for sure something to experience.
From it soul to it's sea, Mozambique promises a authentic and engaging spirit that will capture those who are willing to earn it.
The cuisine in Mozambique, the beach, the culture, the bright lights and sights of the city in Maputo, the Gorongosa national Park are only a few reasons to make this a part of your travel in Africa.
HISTORY AND TOURIST ATTRACTIONS:
Visas to visit Mozambique are required by all nationals in EU countries, USA, Canada, Australia and England. It is recommended that you obtain your visa in advance from the Mozambique High Commission/Embassy. You may be able to obtain a visa on arrival if you live in a country with no Mozambican mission, but some visitors are reported to have been turned back.
When apply for a visa, you must supply a copy of your return tickets or a copy of your flight confirmation, your hotel booking confirmation and one recent bank statement. Follow this link to apply:
Mozambique has a tropical climate with two seasons, a wet season from October to March and a dry season from April to September. Climatic conditions vary depending on altitude. Rainfall is heavy along the coast and decreases in the north and south.
In Mozambique the power sockets are of type C, F and M. The standard voltage is 220 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz.