Mozambique boasts over 1,550 miles of pristine beach on the mainland, with a string of tropical islands offshore, in the Indian Ocean. The isolated and secluded nature of these idyllic areas offers explorers area rich in natural beauty and marine life.
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.