Mozambique: a tourist destination
Mozambique’s beautiful coastline stretches 2,500 km from Ponto do Oro, south of the capital Maputo, all the way north to the Rovuma River in Cabo Delgado Province. The country shares land borders with eSwatini (formerly Swaziland), South Africa, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi and Tanzania. It is a land with a rich history and abundant opportunities for tourism. Whether your interest is in watersports, riding, hiking, bird-watching or game viewing, there is something for everyone. There are wonderful coastal and island resorts and game parks such as the Limpopo National Park, sharing a common border with South Africa’s famous Kruger National Park, and Gorongosa, Africa’s Lost Eden and Mozambique’s flagship national park with over 400 species of birds.
In this fabulous country, there are opportunities for investors not least in Palma, Cabo Delgado where a city (Gas City) for 150,000 inhabitants will be built close to the natural gas megaprojects in the Afungi peninsula. The plan comprises 1,200 hectares (ha) for residential areas, 3,800 ha for industry, 2,300 ha for agriculture, 8,000 ha for green areas and 214 ha for tourism infrastructure. Construction will start once plans are agreed and will continue until 2050.
For advice on holidays, organising a conference, air charters or guided tours contact our partner, Dana Tours. The latter is a well-established Maputo-based tour operator offering logistical services, for international and local corporates, as well as personalised travel plans for holiday-makers and business travellers. Dana Tours offers professional transportation services including chauffeured SUVs, minibuses and 22-seater coaches. From hotel shuttles to conferences of up to 2700 delegates, Dana Tours has safely transported thousands of guests in comfort.