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Anybpdy have any info on getting from the Malawi border to Mozambique Island ? Thanks Bob

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Hi all,

Greetings from Kigali.

I am planning a trip to northern Mozambique coming from Tanzania over the Ruvuma River. Border Crossing would be at Namoto in the very north-east of Mocambique. We will be traveling with a private car.

Can anyone tell me if it is possible for German nationals to get visa on arrival for Mozambique at Namoto border post? Info in the web and from embassies is confusing. I would very much appreciate if anyone with first hand experience could share some insights.

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Hello,
I would like to know which is the difference between this two places: Tofo and Vilanculo.
I can't scuba dive, I don't know how many days would I need to learn. And I love snorkeling. I have time to go to both places, but can someone tell me which is the difference between them? The kind of animals you can see in each one? The kind of tourists?
I have to distribute the days in each place and it is important for me to have the most specific information.
Thank you very much in advance!
K.

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Hi, Just wondering if anyone has recently applied for a Mozambique tourist visa at the London consulate and how they got on. I am finding a few horror stories on line....!
For instance, there seems to be a suggestion that if your proof of booking for an hotel is issued by a company or agent outside Mozambique, for example, booking.com, then you also require a letter from the hotel.
I am a British passport holder and will be entering through Maputo airport.
Many thanks
pkh

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Hi ,
I'll arrive in Maputo next sunday , well not exactly in Maputo as I made a mistake and book a guest house in Matola. Anybody knows how is this area? Is it safe ? And is it easy from there to go to Maputo by bus ?
Is there public transport to go from Maputo to Zavora and then from Zavora to Tofo ?
Feed back about dive centers and dive spots (with prices)in Zavora, Tofo ans Vilankulo will be welcome. Is it a legend or is there a chance to see dugongs? And where?
I'll be also happy to get any…

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We entered Mozambique with just a regular 30 day single entry visa in the south. Currently 2 weeks in and will head soon to Malawi, but now we have plans to return to Mozambique to fly out. Can we go to one of the provincial capitals (nampula?) and get an extension with multiple entry? If so how much is it, how long does it take, and where exactly? Or is it best we just get new visas coming back through? Thanks so much!

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Hello,

We are two female solo travellers from the U.K. and U.S , backpacking from the Mulanje border in Malawi down to Maputo. We plan to make a trip up to Isla de Mozambique first around the 21st/ 22nd April, then head south- stopping at Beira and Tofo.

We’ve heard that public transport can be tricky and are on a tight budget so won’t be able to afford taxis - could anyone help us with our journey? Or do you know of any way we could hitch a ride in that direction?

Any tips would be much…

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Hi all,

I will be based in Maputo for three months(April-July 2018) for work. I was wondering if you had any tips on short trips around Maputo (e.g. Santa maria/ Ponto?) that could be done on the weekend? The tour companies i’ve checked primarily operate for groups and it is very expensive for a single traveller so if anyone will be around and going on one of these trips i’d be happy to split costs and tag along.

I’m also looking for some advice on 2 week trip itinerary for end of June. My…

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Hi

On the 26th of June I will arrive in Maputo by flight from Johannesburg.
I have an Italian passport and I want to make the Visa at the arrival at Maputo airport: is a very long procedure?
I arrive at 10.45 and I have an internal flight to Inhambane at 12.30: could be doable ?
What is your experience?

thanks in advance!

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Photo.
It's popular mostly in northern and mid Mozambique. It's unpleasantly bitter when raw, but, apparently good for cooking. It's used to make some sort of creamy dish (that I didn't try).