Mozambique - At a Glance

Mozambique is one of those little known destinations that has emerged out of Civil War and now beckons with its beautiful beaches and swaying palms, its cultures, and its opportunities to make a difference on your luxury adventure. The azure waters abound with shoals of resplendent fish, largely pristine corals, remote islands, and elegant dhows to sail on, or just admire from afar. There is wildlife here too; its interior is still something of an adventure and well worth the effort. What’s more, you can help build a classroom and establish a school in a rural village, so get ready for a unique luxury adventure.

Ways you can help


    • Building a classroom and giving the gift of education to a rural village
    • Relaxing on the most beautiful beaches you have ever seen
    • Snorkeling or diving on pristine reefs
    • Exploring remote islands and fishing villages
    • Swimming with whale sharks and spotting whales (seasonal)
    • Encountering wildlife in Niassa Reserve

Sample Pricing

The price for a 10 day trip to Mozambique costs from $7,990 (£6,457, €7,577) per person, staying in 5* luxury accommodation. Flights are excluded, but we can arrange these for you.

Eco-luxury Hotels

Vamizi Island - Quirimbas Archipelago

Well recognised as one of Africa’s finest beach lodges, Vamizi is one of the few places in Africa that is genuinely one of the worlds top beach destinations. The lodge itself is superb and with 4.5 miles...

Guludo Lodge - Quirimbas Archipelago

This luxury beach lodge in Mozambique has 9 lovely double bandas or bungalows which look right onto the beach and sea, nothing but beautiful views from the king size beds and the sound of the waves to dist...

Useful Information

Flight Time from
13.5 hours
Flight Time from
New York
17.5 hours
Flight Time from
San Francisco
24 hours
Time Zone
GMT +2 hours
When to Visit
  • jan
  • feb
  • mar
  • apr
  • may
  • jun
  • jul
  • aug
  • sep
  • oct
  • nov
  • dec

Did you know

  • The name “Mozambique” is thought to come from the Swahili Musa al Big, the name of an Arab sheikh who lived on the northern Ilha de Moçambique when the Portuguese arrived in the area
  • Mozambique gained independence from the Portuguese in the year 1975
  • In Nov. 1995, the country was the first non-former British colony to become a member of the British Commonwealth
  • Fighting between the government and right-wing guerrillas, which claimed a hundred thousand lives and displaced more than four million, ended in 1992
  • The Vumba Rock Paintings are thought to be around 8,000 years old. They depict hunters and other human figures and animals
  • The language officially spoken is Portuguese though Sena, Swahili and Makhuwa are spoken commonly. English is taught in secondary schools
  • Some of the richest coral reefs are in Mozambique. There are over 1,200 species of fish that have been identified in the coastal waters of Mozambique
  • Mozambique’s dance customs have influenced pop culture. In 2011, superstar Beyoncé flew a group of Tofu dancers from Mozambique to the U.S. to teach her dance team their unique moves


"Whilst we had an incredible trip, I am reluctant to say too much as I don't want too many people to discover this gem...but what the hey: you did an incredible job preparing the perfect itinerary for us: just the right combination of helping and relaxation. I miss the beaches so much - sooo beautiful! And the people won our hearts from the start. It was such a joy to build a playground for those kids, so rewarding too: our kids can't stop talking about it. We can't wait to go back. Mozambique - please don't change!"

Elizabeth - traveled to Mozambique with her family from the UK

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