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Mozambique Responsible Travel with TOURISMER

Responsible Travel Mozambique

A splendid journey in preserved natural parks, on paradisiacal islands, in contact with young and dynamic populations proud of their cultures.

By traveling responsibly in Mozambique, you actively contribute to the conservation of the country as well as the development of local communities.

The country is a fragile eco-system, which has not yet structured its tourism offer, here are some common sense tips: choose lodges with a responsible social and ecological attitude. Visit villages and community projects (schools, hospitals, agriculture, crafts, etc.).

Discover Mozambique, a sublime and wild coast stretching over thousands of kilometers.

Although only one asphalt road crosses the country from north to south and serves thousands of sandy tracks, the smiling and welcoming population will make you forget poverty. Mozambique is an ocean of nature, softness and disconnection for travelers. Mozambique is a southern African country whose Indian Ocean coastline is dotted with popular beaches like Tofo and offshore marine parks.

Among the coral islands that stretch for more than 250 kilometers in the Quirimbas archipelago, the island of Ibo, covered with mangroves, is home to ruins dating from the era of Portuguese colonialism. To the south, the coral reefs of the Bazaruto Islands protect rare marine species such as dugongs.

However, a trip to Mozambique remains an adventure in its own right.

Mozambique is a real gem, a huge country in southern Africa where time passes slowly. It is therefore important to plan your itinerary carefully to fully enjoy your vacation without wasting time on the road.

Practice responsible travel in Mozambique with our local experts.

You will find up-to-date information on responsible travel in Mozambique in our section below.

  1. local culture
  2. local gastronomy
  3. unmissable hike
  4. outstanding local initiatives to preserve ecosystem