Unique tourism in Mozambique

Springbrook Tourism Mozambique is not a popular destination among travel enthusiasts, or even tour operators. But it seems that this is common in African countries in general, because in fact it is a big misunderstanding that not everyone has the opportunity to discover. This article will show you interesting spots only in Tofo, Mozambique.

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Before I went to Africa and especially Mozambique, people used to dissuade, “be very careful”. And until I actually set foot here, it turned out that everything was not right at all. Tourism in Mozambique is truly unique.

People used to dissuade me about traveling in Mozambique which is not safe at all
People used to dissuade me about traveling in Mozambique which is not safe at all

To come here, I had to go through a long journey in cars and small buses full of people. But then when I arrived, the long stretches of beach, the dining tables filled with fresh seafood and especially the space that was not too crowded with tourists, all made me seem to forget all the difficulties on the way.

You know, there are tons of cool things you can only experience here without any famous names on the world map, and this list of tourist activities in Mozambique definitely won’t do. you are disappointed.

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1. Go scuba diving

2. Explore the Neighborhood

3. Get to know the locals

4. Sailing to offshore islands

5. Motorcycle ride through the sand dunes

6. Relax all day

1. Go scuba diving

There are not too many scuba diving services in Mozambique
There are not too many scuba diving services in Mozambique

In Mozambique, especially Tofo, there are many popular spots for scuba diving and underwater viewing. Whales, dolphins, sharks and even rays are especially fond of the warm and nutrient-rich waters of Mozambique. Especially when traveling to Mozambique, you do not have to compete or jostle to get the best diving spots, because there are not many diving suits here. This is especially interesting because you can freely roam and explore, never having to worry about swimming with a bunch of people like in the Philippines.

2. Explore the Neighborhood

There aren't too many tourist and tourist services here, so you can feel free to explore around
There aren’t too many tourist and tourist services here, so you can feel free to explore around

Tofo is the only beach I’ve visited that has a growing tourism industry. Usually every time I go to a beach after a few years, it definitely has completely changed from the day before, overflowing with tourists and all kinds of services dumping garbage into the sea. Tourism in Mozambique is really different, perhaps because of the obstacles to get here and the lack of information online.

3. Get to know the locals

The locals here are very friendly and hospitable
The locals here are very friendly and hospitable

The people in Mozambique are very friendly. People who speak English are especially fond of interacting with foreigners, and occasionally you can hear interesting stories about local life. During my stay, friends I knew took me around, and even invited me to evening parties and cool art galleries.

4. Sailing to offshore islands

Off the coast of Mozambique there are many unspoiled islands to explore
Off the coast of Mozambique there are many unspoiled islands to explore

If you have decided to travel to Mozambique , do not miss an island tour by boat, which is both cheap and interesting. In Tofo Island, you can ask the hotel itself where you live, or ask local friends to rent a boat to the offshore islands for about 30 USD per person. But even more special, is that if a friend you know has a boat, they will be happy to invite you to take a trip without collecting any money.

The boats here are usually made in a simple way, with sails and rudders made of old wood. It may not look gorgeous, but it sure is beautiful. Just bring beer and some snacks, you will have a fun afternoon with friends.

5. Motorcycle ride through the sand dunes

Don't miss the exciting sand motorcycling experience
Don’t miss the exciting sand motorcycling experience

Do not ignore renting a motorbike when traveling to Mozambique . You can drive through the villages sheltering behind the large sand dunes behind the beach. Children are bouncing around and waving at you, or some will be playful by grabbing the back of your car and running after it.

Not only that, with this cool car, you can admire all the further areas, and especially go to the place where the ATM is located, which if walking can take more than 30 minutes.

6. Relax all day

Simply lying down and sunbathing is very comfortable in Mozambique Mozambique
Simply lying down and sunbathing is very comfortable in Mozambique Mozambique

Honestly, I spent a few days just hanging out in a hammock, relaxing in the pool, or on the beach. This is not expensive, each bottle of beer only costs about 2 USD, a plate of seafood is 6 USD if there is lobster, or 12 USD a plate of large lobsters, or the cost of renting a hotel in Mozambique only costs about 15 USD for a bungalow right on the beach.

Mozambique is full of beautiful and unspoiled beaches like this
Mozambique is full of beautiful and unspoiled beaches like this

I had an interesting trip, and every rumor I ever heard was not true after I actually traveled to Mozambique. Some people say this place is beautiful, and I feel lucky to have experienced firsthand, and touched everything so wonderful. Just because a tourist destination isn’t popular doesn’t mean it’s not good. If you have a chance to travel to Mozambique , take advantage of this great opportunity and share your experiences and experiences of your memorable travel with us!

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