Often we South Africans forget about what there is waiting for us just beyond our own shores. We are quick to make decisions to visit countries abroad and laze on their beaches and enjoy their culture and traditions
It’s almost Easter and for many that means a few days off from work and time to relax. With beach, sun, scuba diving, sand and numerous other activities for people of all ages, Mozambique has become one of the most popular holiday destinations in Africa.
Nothing quite beats the feeling of walking barefooted on the beach, daydreaming over the views of blue ocean and best of all enjoying it with someone special
Between building sand castles, having lunch on the beach and swimming amongst the warm waves, family holidays in Mozambique allow everyone to relax and let their hair blow wildly in the ocean breeze
One of the best things about the Southern Hemisphere is that there never really is a bad time of the year to travel. There are of course cooler regions that can get uncomfortable but with places like Mozambique
It is next to impossible to go away in December and try find some sort of peace and quiet to relax in. When schools are on holiday and the holiday seasons are upon us, holiday destinations fill up, beaches become populated and accommodation can be difficult to find.
Each year keen scuba divers, snorkelers and ocean lovers flock to the South African coastlines to experience the annual Sardine Run.
Valentine’s Day has always been about roses, chocolates and cards. The same idea each year but perhaps with a new twist. With Valentine’s Day just a few short months away, it’s time to start thinking about what to do.
It is without a doubt one of the most tropical regions in Africa. Situated on the southeastern coastline, Mozambique has become a favored holiday spot.
Looking for a cultural holiday in Mozambique is certainly not difficult. With such a checkered past, Mozambique is one of the most exciting places to enjoy a holiday.