All of our expeditions are completely tailored to your needs – if you’re undecided about where to go, just call us, we love sharing ideas. The world really is your oyster!
There is no better way to immerse yourselves in the vibrant and lively Mozambican culture than spending time in Maputo. Walk along the city’s streets that are lined with beautifully preserved Portuguese colonial architecture. Visit Independence Square to understand more of Mozambique’s history and explore the markets that are full of local crafts, foods and colourful textiles.
Off the coast of the Indian Ocean, teams can learn to dive amidst stunning coral reefs and gain their PADI Open Water certificate in a 5* PADI Dive Centre. Those who already hold the open water certificate can choose to do a more advanced course. Enjoy the experience of diving alongside qualified instructors in these beautiful azure waters that are rich with marine life.
On the southern coastline of Mozambique, the team can link up with Love the Oceans who give young people a chance to volunteer at the forefront of marine conservation. Students can take part in a variety of project tasks which could include coral reef surveys, undertaking fishery research or building a plastic bottle wall. Teams will learn about the ocean from qualified marine biologists to gain a really thorough understanding of the issues and challenges identified by this amazing organisation.
Teams can spend time on the white sand beaches along the coast and explore the vast array of marine life that inhabits the waters and shorelines. There is also an opportunity to snorkel in the clear blue waters, where teams can explore the coral reefs and witness the tropical wildlife. Whilst enjoying the sunny beaches the team are well placed for potentially spotting whales, a truly unforgettable experience.
Mozambique has it all; African plains, mountainous regions, sand dunes and stunning coastal beaches. This variety of landscapes means there are plenty of options for every adventure.
May to November is the best time to visit. With cooler and drier weather conditions, travelling through most regions is easier and more enjoyable.
Art, food, tribal celebrations and musical heritage intertwine with Portuguese influences to define this rich and unique culture.
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