Our years of experience in Mozambique mean that our specialists are well-placed to advise on the best way to see the country. As numbers of visitors increase and new travel routes open up, we've kept a careful eye on infrastructure – trying out new experiences and revisiting old favourites.
Our itinerary ideas are inspired by routes that we’ve enjoyed and our aim is that these travel suggestions will act as an informed starting point for your own holiday ideas, whether you choose to explore the wild and remote Niassa Reserve or relax on the beaches of the Barzaruto or Quirimba archipelagos.
Ideas for your trip to Mozambique
These itineraries are designed to give you some suggestions for what is possible when you travel in Mozambique, and they showcase some of the routes that we’ve found work particularly well. Treat them simply as inspiration, because your trip will be created uniquely for you by one of our specialists based on your particular tastes and interests.
Track the Big Five during morning and afternoon game drives in Sabi Sand Wildtuin.
Follow the Panorama Route to Hazyview, taking in valleys, waterfalls and canyons.
Relax on the white-sand beaches of Mozambique’s Machangulo Peninsula.
Have a picnic on a secluded island and go snorkeling, fishing, diving and kayaking.
Track the Big Five on twice daily game drives
Discover the 350 bird species found within the Kruger National Park
Enjoy a scenic transfer and marvel at the breathtaking views on the Panorama Route
Kayak, dive and snorkel in Mozambique's warm Indian Ocean waters
Get up close to the Big Five in Kruger.
Enjoy a boma dinner in the African bush.
Relax on Mozambique's idyllic beaches.
Admire the Bazaruto Archipelago's marine life.
Some of our favourite travel guides
A tailor-made honeymoon in Mozambique not only allows you the chance to relax on white sand beaches, it also offers you the opportunity to experience the excitement of spotting big game such as lion, leopard and elephant on safari.View this travel guide
If your family enjoy water-based activities, you'll be spoilt for choice in Mozambique. With a wide variety of family-friendly properties right on the beach, you can spend your days splashing around in a desert island setting, before heading inland for more family-friendly fun.View this travel guide