Top 10 things for couples to do in Mozambique

Top 10 things for couples to do in Mozambique

Planning a honeymoon is more difficult than you think. One of the most challenging parts comes right at the beginning of planning: Choosing the best destination. If you’re still picking a location, why not consider Mozambique?

With its warm, tropical weather, endless stretches of empty beaches and rich culture, you’d think you’re in paradise. Boasting delicious seafood meals, and exciting excursions you can enjoy, Mozambique should be on the top of your destination list.

Here are some of the best things for couples to do in Mozambique:

– Take A Dhow Cruise

Dhow cruises are easily accessible in Mozambique and often come with snacks and drinks too. From the dhow you can enjoy the stunning views of the land and watch the sun set as you sail along. What could be more romantic than that?

– See the Maputo Central Train Station 

This train station has been acknowledged by publications globally as one of the most beautiful stations in the world. It is wildly popular because of this.  It is a great place for some photos and a glimpse into the past.

– Island hop in The Quirimbas Archipelago

The Quirimbas Archipelago is a group of islands including Vamizi, Ibo, and Quisiva. There are 32 islands to choose from. On the islands you can snorkel or scuba dive and see all that nature has to offer. The islands are popular because of their marine life (including endangered sea cows and dolphins) and their coral reefs.

– Spend a Night Under the Stars 

There are some activities that are offered by most hotels and resorts in Mozambique. This is one of them. The hotel will provide you with an experience of spending the night sleeping under the stars. A bed will be set up on a secluded part of the beach and you’ll be left to enjoy the sounds of the ocean.

– Go on a Safari at the Niassa Reserve

Mozambique is heavily focused on responsible and sustainable tourism. Wildlife are treated well and the nature reserves are proof of this. Because of this, you can enjoy a safari at the Niassa Reserve without guilt!

The reserve is the largest one in the country. At the reserve you can go on a camping expedition or a boat safari. You may catch a glimpse of some wildlife including lions, hyenas and leopards.

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– Have a Romantic dinner on a Secluded Beach 

This activity is offered by most hotels and resorts that are found in Mozambique. They often allow you to choose the site where your dinner table is set up too.

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– Visit the Fort São Sebastião

This fort is a heritage site in Mozambique and is one of the top attractions there. Built in a Portuguese style, the fort was put up to ensure that the trade route is secure and safe. You can explore inside the fort and also make your way to the top for a spectacular view of the ocean.

– Take a Ferry to the Inhaca Islands 

Along with the general beach activities, the added ferry trip makes this beach experience special. There are also a variety of restaurants on the island.

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– Hit the Beach 

Mozambique is known for its endless stretches of beaches. You can’t let the trip go by without making a stop at one or two of them. Take a dip in the ocean and a romantic stroll. A classic honeymoon activity.

– Visit the Tunduru Botanical Gardens

This is the ideal place to capture a good honeymoon photograph. Additionally, the environment makes for a wonderful day of peace and relaxation. It’ll be good for some proper alone time with your partner!

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