Breathtaking Bazaruto – at least you’ll have an oxygen tank!

Mozambique’s Bazaruto Archipelago was declared a national park in 1971 and for good reason. The archipelago, comprising six islands and a great expanse of ocean, was specifically designated to protect dugong, marine turtles and their habitats. The fauna and flora, coral reefs and marine birds on the islands are also protected. With all the protected […]

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The Quirimbas by land and by sea

The first park in Africa to be created at the request of local inhabitants was the Quirimbas National Park in Mozambique. The park has been generously endowed with excellent birding and terrestrial wildlife, world-class diving, and splendid guided kayak tours, all within its own boundaries. Here’s what you can expect when visiting this piece of […]

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