What are "Must see's" of Mozambique (coming&returning from Kenya)
Replies: 3 - Last Post: Nov 14, 2011 10:48 AM Last Post By: javilo
Oct 5, 2011 6:46 AM
I am a woman travelling solo, like diving. Any suggestions for Mozambique "must see locations"?
Do any flights exist from Mombasa to the North coast in Mozambique? (Couldnt find anything, except Nairobi-Maputo).
Figured out there are no trains travelling from Dar es salaam (Tanzania) to Mozambique.
Open for all input!
Oct 6, 2011 7:17 AM
1Very nice your are planning to visit Mozambique. The northern part is beautiful and remote and gives you the feeling being the first one visiting the area. I would recommend Ibo Island and the Quirimbas Archipelago as it has nice dive spots and is only reachable by local transport. Also mozambique island is very nice to visit and a nice combination with Nacala bay where you can have accommodation on the beach and go for a dive.
How long are you planning to visit Mozambique? According their site LAM (mozambique airways) is flying from Nairobi to Pemba and Nampula. Let me know in case you have some more questions...feel free to ask.
www.2mozambique.com / www.2tanzania.com
Oct 12, 2011 7:32 AM
Is that all in the north? so it would make much sense flying from Nai to Pemba right? only got one week...
Thank you for giving me so much information and helping me out, really do appreciate it.
Nov 14, 2011 10:46 AM
3The Quirimbas Archipielago and Ibo specially is an extraordinarius place. We have there in August for two weeks. From Pemba you can easily reach Ibo by public transport in a few hours in the morning, truck and then boat.
Edited by: javilo
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