Christmas is a great time to spoil loved ones and spend time with those close to you. There is often much pressure around trying to find the right Christmas presents, which often results in many unused oven gloves, unopened packets of socks and never- to- be- worn ties. With warm temperatures during the Christmas period, there is no reason why oven gloves, socks and ties shouldn’t become wetsuits, booties and snorkels.
Mozambique provides all tourists with the splendor of a tropical holiday. With the most pleasant temperatures being between November and January, many keen holiday makers make the 1 – 2 hour flight (from Johannesburg) to the tropical islands and coastal areas of Mozambique during the festive season.
Being in this tropical paradise offers much to do in the way of outdoor activities and fun.
- Fly fishing
- Swim with dolphins
- Motorized / non motorized water sports
- Bird watching
- Nature trails
For those who are avid scuba divers, one plunge into the warm, lively waters is enough to make anyone fall mask over fins in love with Mozambique. With most resorts in Mozambique offering scuba diving lessons, December offers the perfect chance, for those who are intrigued by the underwater world, to start taking part in this popular sport.
Mozambique holidays are the ideal break away from everything city like. Scuba diving in Mozambique however provides all divers the chance to escape to another world completely. Christmas scuba diving lessons are a perfect way to introduce others to the mesmerizing world of scuba diving. The experience may be intimidating at first but once they set eyes on the magic that lies below, they will be hooked. It is the perfect Christmas present that continues presenting itself in different shapes, colours and forms long after Christmas day has passed.
Once holiday makers have completed their scuba diving course, they are able to take to the depths of the ocean and explore, discover, photograph and float in awe of its beauty. Scuba diving in the Bazaruto Archipelago in Mozambique has been compared to scuba diving in parts of the Great Barrier Reef.
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Whether holiday makers choose to lie on the sandy beach and soak up the sun, take to the waves and try out the adventure motor sports or enter the world of scuba diving, one thing is for sure: a Mozambique holiday is like no other. Christmas in the paradise of Mozambique will offer sunshine, scenery, sand and surf with 5 star scuba diving in- between. It is enough to lure anyone below the surface but for those who prefer to stay on land (and they are missing out) there is plenty to see, do and enjoy whilst relaxing on their holiday in Mozambique.
For more information on scuba diving lessons in Mozambique or to book accommodation in Mozambique, call Moz GSA on:
27 11 476 4143
27 83 299 4321