Tropical beaches of Mozambique

With the Indian Ocean forming the whole eastern border of Mozambique, this tropical country is fast becoming a prime beach holiday destination. 
Mozambique has a stunning coastline dotted with unspoiled white beached tropical islands, for fishing or diving trips.
The remote Quirimbas Archipelago consist of some 32 coral islands stretches for about 60 miles in Mozambique’s far north coast, and harbours some of the world’s finest reefs and abundant marine life.
The Bazarutu Archipelago is further south, with four main islands found 19 miles off the coast, is another paradise for scuba diving and snorkelling.
Although the Bazaruto Archipelago consists of five islands (in size order: Bazaruto, Benguerra, Magaruque, Santa Carolina and Bangue), only Bazaruto and surrounding reefs are officially within a National Park.
These waters are home to over 80% of all marine fish families of the Indo-Pacific. Resident Minke and Southern right whales are plentiful in this area, alongside the common spinner and bottlenose dolphins and the highly-threatened dugong - this is a wonderful diving area not to be missed.
Beaches of Mozambique

Below are a range of tropical beach safaris on our files: