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This Coastal Town In Mozambique Was Named After a Local Tribal Chief

 

 

 

Among the scenic shores of Mozambique is the captivating coastal town of Vilanculos. The town was amed after Chief Gamala Vilankulo Mukoke, a respected figure in local history. The town’s name reflects its deep cultural roots, historical significance and indigenous heritage.

Vilanculos serves as the entry point to the stunning Bazaruto Archipelago, Mozambique’s prized underwater national park. From its past to its present, Vilanculos invites travelers to explore its unique blend of history and modern evolution.

Vilankulo has been growing extensively over the last decade, and has been the recipient of considerable inward investment into its tourism infrastructure. The town of Vilankulo is the gateway to the archipelago. Dhows and helicopters travel between the town and the Bazaruto Archipelago. The town itself is only about 5 km long. The airport is based on the outside of the town with flights arriving and departing on a daily basis.

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This Coastal Town In Mozambique Was Named After a Local Tribal Chief