A tropical Paradise
13 Days Pearls of Mozambique
From €3,270 p/p
Experience some of the greatest beaches and places Mozambique has to offer. Travel from Maputo along the coastline north and stop along the way at cities like Inharrime and Inhambane with bustling markets and excellent restaurants. Vilanculos is your gateway to the Bazaruto Archipelago known for its clear, turquoise water filled with colourful fish and white beaches. Spend three nights at the luxurious Anantara Resort on Bazaruto Island.
11 Days Self-drive City, Bush & Beach Combo
From €1,980 p/p
Welcome to Maputo – the vibrant capitol city of Mozambique! Discover the city with a local, knowledgeable guide and enjoy afterwards a delicious seafood lunch. Leave he coast behind and make your way with your rental car to the Kruger National Park where the big 5 awaits you. Round off your holiday at a Beach Lodge offering breath taking views over the channel and Inhaca Island from its location up on the dunes.
17 Days Great Bush & Beach Combo
From €2,495 p/p
This self-drive and camping tour offers you a great bush, canyon and beach experience. From Johannesburg head to the northern province Limpopo the land of beautiful and contrasting landscapes onwards to the Great Kruger National Park. Cross over to Mozambique the seaside nation on Africa’s southeastern coast. See picturesque white beaches, fascinating culture and a population of warm and friendly people. Don't miss out on activities like snorkelling, diving, sunset cruise or deep sea fishing.
6 Days White Pearl Resorts (5*)
From €2,150 p/p - FB & Transfer
Nestled in a sheltered bay on Mozambique’s Lagoon Coast, poised amongst the dunes on timber stilts, our 22 luxurious suites have been sensitively designed to take advantage of their beautiful natural setting, while protecting the fragile eco-systems beneath them. Cool, clean lines, contemporary furniture and a palette inspired by the surrounding coastal landscape, made for a getaway out of this world.
“Once a year, go someplace you've never been before.”