Tourism: Five Places To Visit In Mozambique After COVID-19

by Duke Magazine

Mozambique is a South-Eastern country in country that had its independence on June 26, 1975 after being colonized by the Portuguese. However, Mozambique is one of the top destinations for tourists.

Bordered by the Indian Ocean to the East, its 30 million population prides in tourist attractions including natural environment, wildlife, cultural heritage, and beaches.

While the tourism industry has been hit severely by the coronavirus pandemic, tourists are direly itching to return into nature’s arms once again. Hence, here are some interesting places to grace through while visiting Mozambique after COVID-19.

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Benguerra Islands

Benguerra Island is located at an approximate distance of 55 square kilometers off the main island after it broke off some years back. It is the second-largest island in the Bazaruto Archipelago.

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Island of Mozambique

The Island of Mozambique is probably one of the most popular tourist sites in the country.

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The former capital of Portuguese East Africa in 1898 is located between the Mozambique Channel and Mossoro Bay.

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Vilanculos Beach

This beach is known for being used for water sports. This luxury location is the gateway to the Bazaruto Archipelago, Mozambique’s only underwater national park.

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Quirimbas Archipelago

This place provides you with magical scenery of an underwater world. The remote Quirimbas Archipelago has been described by many as the seventh heaven. With a boat, you can explore the tiny undeveloped islands of Ibo, Quisiva, and Matemo which features an old Portuguese settlement with a rich colonial Swahili history.

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The fresh and clear waters harbor pods of dolphins, humpback whales, or nesting turtles in season, and are great for sea fishing.

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For people who love nature, this special reserve is for you.

It is located at Maputo Bay, approximately 100 kilometers southeast of the capital Maputo.

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