Whay Safari in Mozambique?
Mozambique is still a relatively undiscovered destination. It is a subtropical paradise of golden beaches along endless palm-fringed shores lapped by warm, gentle waves of the Indian Ocean. A land which for years was plagued by civil war, is now one of Africa’s success stories.
Mozambique has embarked on sensitive development along its pristine shores, providing the traveller with superb comfort, service and amenities in small beach lodges in magnificent settings.
The primary area of interest to those seeking romantic, secluded retreats is the Bazaruto Archipelago and mainland around Vilanculos, as well as the islands of Quilálea.
Cabo Delgado Province’s unspoiled coastline is 425km long, very indented and is completed by an Archipelago, the Quirimba’s, its reefs and coral banks some 10 to 12 miles offshore.
The historical, cultural and traditional patrimony of Cabo Delgado’s people and territory was weaved throughout many centuries of African, Arab and Portuguese sailing, trading and settling, becoming solid and distinctive.
Sport fishing from Matemo Island resort is an absolute delight for all fishermen, whether big game or fly fishing from the beach, there is an abundance and variety of species.
Techniques such as trawling and fly have yielded much success with a selection of species such as king fish, yellowfin tuna, queen mackerel, wahoo, queen fish, dorado and barracuda. The potential bill fish is optimistic with regular sail fish sightings off the eastern side of the Island.
If you want to escape to glorious beaches, come to Mozambique!