Consisting of five main islands, approximately 13 miles from the mainland, much of the Bazaruto Archipelago is a protected national park and is situated the largest marine reserve in the Indian Ocean. Its rich ecosystem provides a habitat where numerous bird species, as well as reptile and amphibian species, thrive. Coupled with pristine offshore coral reefs and abundant sea-life, this area is a diver’s dream.
On the border of Zimbabwe to the west, the Chimanimani Mountains are both beautiful and exceptionally bio-diverse, with ecosystems that include lowland tropical forest to miombo woodlands, evergreen forests and alpine grasslands. The highest point in the mountain range is Mt. Binga at 2,437 miles high.