"Come to where it all started"
- Long, dune-fringed beaches
- Turquoise waters with colourful fishes
- Well-preserved corals
- Remote archipelagos in the north
- Surfing in the south and graceful dhows with billowing sails
- Colonial-style architecture
- Pulsating nightlife
- Fascinating cultural mix
- Vast tracts of bush
Important cities: Maputo, Beira, Vilanculos, Inhambane, Nampula
Currency: Mozambican metical (MZN)
Visa policy: Link
Area: 801,590 km2
Languages: Portuguese and other African languages
Mobile Phone: Mcel, Vodafone and Movitel are the major cell phone networks.
Country code: +258
Electricity: 220V, 50Hz
Internet TLD: .mz
Time Zone: UTC+2
Sources: Lonely Planet, Wikipedia, Wikitravel
Description: Almost all of Mozambique falls within the tropics and as such, Mozambique features a mostly tropical climate. Along the coast, Mozambique has a warm, tropical climate. Evenings are rarely cold, except for a few nights in June and July and the rainfall isn't too high. In summer, temperatures can soar and the humidity levels rise. Temperatures are typically higher in the north, around Pemba and the Zambezi. The interior plains generally have a higher temperature than that of the coast and have higher rainfall throughout the year. The mountainous regions generally remain cool throughout the year.
When should you go: Adventurers should discover Mozambique on May and October.