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Beira

 
Beira The Port of Beira is situated on the Pungoe river estuary. It is the second largest port in Mozambique with 12 quays. Beira has always been essentially a transit port, handling the import and export cargoes from Zimbabwe, Malawi, Zambia and other countries in the region. The Beira Corridor has a road and railway connection to Zimbabwe. The city was founded in 1891. It has become a real hub and a good place to arrange formalities etc. before you move on. The town has banks, hotels, restaurants and some interesting shops. One of the most interesting landmarks is the Cathedral of Beira constructed in part using stone from the historic sixteenth-century fort of Sofala. Apparently Sofalas fort of San Gaetano, erected b...
 

Inhambane

 
Inhambane Inhambane is a photographers dream; it possesses a unique charm that can only originate from a rusty old town with delapidated buildings and neglected maintenance. It is worth exploring the fascinating mix of African, old-world Portugese and muslim cultures. While little more than two main roadways, Inhambane offers a comforting break on the journey north to Beira, or to the beautiful beaches of Tofo. The main boulevard, directly opposite the ferry port, offers small shops, the central market, some banking services (no travellers cheques) and possibly the best fresh bread in all of Mozambique. Accomodations in Inhambane are limited as most tourists head east towards Tofo. Minibuses leave from behind the Market reg...
 

Bazaruto Archipelago

 
Bazaruto Archipelago The Bazaruto Archipelago is on the spectacular southern coast and also is a national park and number one destination in Moambique. The main islands making up the archipelago are Santa Carolina, Bazaruto, Benguerra and Magaruque. Accommodation is predominately top end lodges, many offering activities such as diving, surfing, fishing and other watersports in the clear blue waters. ...
 

Ibo Island

 
Ibo Island Without a doubt one of the highlights of Southern Africa, Ibo Island could likely compete as one of the most picturesque places on the Continent. Accessible only by dhow, the former seat of Mozambique's capital, is a amazing mix of Swahili, Arab and Portuguese cultures. Though run-down, the island was sparred by the war and remains an absolute gem. Part of the Querimba Archipelago, Ibo is home to several ancient forts, centuries old Hindu temples and coconuts galore. You can easily spend days walking throughout the dusty streets, admiring the beautiful architecture and absolutely brilliant sea. Accomodations on the island are sparse with only two lodges able running as of August 2004. Both provide meals. Choices fo...
 

 

 

 

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