MOZAMBIQUE, THE COLONIAL AND WILD INDIC
For endless three decades, wars and political clashes have dominated one of the most beautiful countries in Africa. Today, mozambicans are struggling to turn the page of the past and rebuild the country looking to a new future. Mozambique has 2,515 km of coastline, bathed by the Indian Ocean, with clear waters and mild temperatures. In addition to the beautiful beaches and islands, it has rich colonial architecture and multicolored culture - friendly and Portuguese-speaking.
On the north coast, rocky beaches predominate; in the center, extensive mangroves; in the south, sandy beaches, with high dunes. The archipelagos of Bazaruto (accessed from Vilanculos) and Quirimbas (from Pemba) protect turtles, dolphins, whales and also rare marine species, such as the dugong. The structure of the sophisticated hotels in the region is focused on barefoot luxury and nature preservation, attracting celebrities to lovers of fishing and sailing sports.
Mozambican cuisine, an Afro-Portuguese fusion, is an attraction in itself. The climate is typically tropical, influenced by the monsoon regime of the Indian Ocean and by warm currents from the equatorial regions. Malaria remains a serious problem for the population, and visitors must take prophylactic measures. With proper guidance and care, Mozambique offers one of the most intense and authentic experiences on the African continent.
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