has a coastline of more than 2500km and is located on the southeastern
coast of Africa and is bordered by Tanzania
to the North, South Africa and Swaziland to the South, Zimbabwe
to the West and Zambia and Malawi to the northwest.
Diving is good all year in Mozambique, in the clear, warm waters
of the Indian Ocean. Both land based and liveaboard adventures
The reefs are varied with a profusion of colorful soft corals
which are host to some of the most amazing marine life the world
has to offer. Colorful tropical fish such as angel, butterfly,
surgeonfish and graceful Moorish Idols are found in abundance.
Large yellow trumpet fish and trigger fish are found in many sites.
dive sites are within short range of most dive operators. You
can spend the extra time lounging on the beautiful beaches or
if your in for some excitement, head inland and discover the above
water big animals Mozambique has.
For the non-diver or when you are above water, there are many
other excellent activities to occupy your time. Above water sports,
beautiful beaches, hiking, cultural and historical sights. Safaris
are available inland where you can experience the real wilds of
the african continent.
The tourist industry is still very small, therefore the infrastructure
is not that of many, more popular destinations. But if you prefer
smaller crowds and pristine diving, Mozambique has much to offer.
Average Climate (Maputo): 55 to 75 F (13 to 24 C) in July 72 to
88 F (22 to 31C) in February.
Water Temp: October to April (Summer) 81F (27C) May to September
(Winter) 71F (22 C)
Visibility: 16 - 100ft (5 - 31m)
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