Most international flights to Mozambique arrive from South Africa. There are several flights daily from Johannesburg to Maputo, operated by South African Airways. There are also several flights during the week from Johannesburg, Dar es Salaam, and Nairobi to Pemba in the North. Other airlines that you can fly with are:
- LAM flights
- Precision Air
- Kenya Airways
Tourist Attractions /Activities
Mozambique is a country on the Indian Ocean coast of Southern Africa. Mozambique is famous for its pristine beaches, preserved African cultural, colonial era architecture, art, music and food.
Things to do in Mozambique include diving, dhow and kayak safaris, culture and history tours, birding, beach visits and fishing.
Mozambique features a mostly tropical climate. Evenings are rarely cold, except for a few nights in June and July. Temperatures are typically higher in the north, around Pemba. The best time to travel to Mozambique is during the winter months from May to October. The best time for bird watching is usually December to April, which is the hot, rainy season. The best time to go fishing for marlin is from September to January.
Mozambique has ten Provinces, which are grouped into three Regions. Northern Mozambique is the most remote and least touristy. Central Mozambique’s main highlight is Gorongosa, probably the leading wildlife reserve in the country. Southern Mozambique is the easiest to reach, the cheapest, and full of tourists.