When traveling to Mozambique from South Africa or anywhere else in the world, there are a number of things to keep in mind and therefore make preparations for.
There is nothing like a holiday at the sea. That is the sentiment of many local South African residing in the land locked provinces of South Africa, which accounts for the migration to the beautiful beaches along Kwazulu Natal Coastline during the national school holidays.
Picture this. You are planning to go to Mozambique for a mid-summer getaway. You decide to stay in one (or two) of the island resorts and beach hotels; chosen from the very diverse accommodation options available.
Even though it’s only the second month of the year and there are already a number of us that feel in of need another holiday.
An Island Getaway at one of the resorts in Mozambique is one of the best holiday adventures you can experience to date.
When traveling from South Africa (or overseas) to Mozambique, there are a number of things to keep in mind with regards to what to take and how to prepare according to the means of transportation you plan on using.
What are you planning on doing for your next important occasion or celebration? Have you ever considered arranging to have a wedding anniversary or any other important anniversary or celebrations in Mozambique?
Mozambique holiday beach resorts offer a wide variety of activities for holiday makers that frequent the South East African country.
It’s coming up to Christmas and New Year for 2009 – the “festive season” as its now known in South Africa and various other parts of the word – and its coming up faster than you think…
The ideal positioning of Mozambique offers visitors a stunning opportunity to holiday in one of the most temperate climates available.