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Our five favourite hotels for business

If you’re all set on heading to Mozambique for business but have not yet locked in your accommodation, we’ve rounded up a few of our favourite hotels for you to choose from. There are some excellent options for you to mix and match according to what you need and where you need to be, but […]

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Female corporate travel tips for Mozambique

We’re big fans of the solo female travel trend here at Dana Tours. Since we encounter quite a few ladies visiting Mozambique on business trips, we decided to do some digging and put together a few interesting tips and downright useful information for women heading to our shores in the coming months. A note on […]

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3 Beach Destinations for Bleisure Travellers

As you may have noticed, we’re big fans of adding in an element of leisure when it comes to business travel in Mozambique. After all, what could be better than checking off your to-do list and clearing your inbox, all before flopping on the beach for a dose of sunshine and chillout time? If you’re […]

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Weekend in Maputo Mozambique

A Weekend in Maputo (for younger travellers)

All the insider info to make for a memorable short stay in Maputo The thriving metropolis of Maputo is everything you could expect of a modern-day African city, but perhaps slightly gentler, and more relaxed. It’s a hotspot for young Millennial travellers, bursting at the seams with culture, art, music and food — really good […]

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‘Business’ plus ‘leisure’ equals ‘bleisure’

The Dana Tours team helps to deconstruct the growing trend of ‘bleisure’ in business travel If you keep stumbling upon this word “bleisure’ when it comes to your travel planning, we can assure you, it’s not a spelling mistake. Over the last few years, this portmanteau (a word created by blending two words) has slowly […]

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Discover the history, art and culture of Maputo

There isn’t a word for ‘my’ in the traditional Mozambican languages Chopi and Tsonga. Rather, local culture is built on friendship and community, and their art and traditions reflect the shared way of life. In Maputo, Mozambique’s capital, new mixes with the old, and visitors can take in the city’s historical sights and many unmissable […]

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Flavours of Mozambique

‘Why is the food so good here?’  – Anthony Bourdain As Anthony Bourdain once asked in his Mozambican episode of ‘Parts Unknown’- “Why is the food so good here?” Mozambique evokes images of idyllic beaches and rich cultures, yet it’s the food that makes visitors mouth’s water and sets their hearts on fire. With a […]

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Ethiopian Mozambique Airlines launches first domestic flights

Ethiopian Mozambique Airlines launches first domestic flights in 2018

Ethiopian Mozambique Airlines, Mozambique’s newest domestic carrier and a subsidiary of the Ethiopian Airlines business, operated its inaugural flight on 1 December 2018, from Nacala to Maputo.

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Catembe Bridge

New bridge slashes travel time between Maputo and Kosi Bay

The opening of the Maputo-Katembe bridge on Saturday 10 November has drastically reduced travel times between Maputo and Kosi Bay from five hours to just 90 minutes along the new three-kilometre structure, which takes over the title of Africa's longest suspension bridge. The development and quick travel route are set to boost trade and tourism [...]
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Mozambique to eSwatini

Twice as nice: Mozambique to eSwatini (Swaziland) in a day

Two experiences in one is hardly ever a bad thing, and for those travelling to Mozambique, the great news is they can easily double up on their experiences with a stop in eSwatini, formerly known as Swaziland. Approximately 175 kilometres from Mozambique, eSwatini is an ideal day trip. The kingdom of eSwatini might be one […]

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