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Top 5 Attractions in Mozambique

Explore our selection of top things to do in Mozambique

The country of Mozambique is situated in southeast Africa, bordered by South Africa. This tropical paradise is a jewel on the Indian coast. With its warm beach with crystal blue water, tropical weather, and all-around island vibe, Mozambique is a must on any travel bucket list.

The country's top attractions are a must mention.

1.The Quirimbas Archipelago
These islands are just on the coast of Mozambique in the warm Indian Ocean. These islands are known for their coral reefs, sandy white beaches but most of all for diving and snorkeling. With 32 small islands making Quirimbas Archipelago, snorkeling and diving sites are abundant. The coral reefs are some of the world's largest and they are home to the most exquisite tropical sea life. You will also find whales, dolphins, and endangered sea cows near these islands. Sounds like heaven underwater!

2. Machilla Magic
This market is as the name implies, magic. The locals sell their handmade goods here from clothes to furniture and street food. Most of the handcrafted curios are made from recycled materials.The locals rely on this market for their lively hood and the love that goes into these handmade gems you can find here is second to none. Go explore the magic at the Machilla Market!

3. Paroquia Santo Antonio
Every town has a church but the Paroquia Santo Antonio is extra special with the shape & architecture, it is very unique. With the magical painted glass windows and different structures, the church will leave you in awe. It is also known as the lemon squeezer due to its unusual shape. Even if you are not religious just being in this piece of art is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

4. Inhaca Islands
These islands are famous for the secluded tranquil beaches away from the businesses of the more popular beaches. You can only reach the island by very or boat so the journey here is already beautiful. This island's beaches are perfect for a lazy day of sunbathing and indulge in the local seafood served at the restaurants around the island.

5. Niassa Reserve

The largest conservation in Mozambique's definitely a big attraction. Safari trips are conducted that so that visitors get to experience the beauty of the wild and the wildlife in an up-close & personal way. You can also take a boating safari or paddle canoe into the wild. Whatever you choose to do here you will find mother nature at her finest.