With some 2,500 miles of coastline and dozens of offshore islands, Mozambique is paradise to anyone craving a tropical beach holiday in a place where the sand is china white and the sea a dappled, gin-clear turquoise. Exploring this mysterious, culturally vibrant country with a complex history that includes Portuguese colonization is a fascinating adventure, and one that remains relatively off the radar for many travelers. Unlike many African countries, safari is not the only reason to visit Mozambique. Instead, this is a country famed for its remote island groups, like Quirimbas Archipelago and Ilha de Mozambique. Here you can sail a still undeveloped coastline on traditional dhows, and swim amid schools of bright tropical fish darting between healthy gardens of colorful coral in water that's so clear, it almost seems unreal!
Join MTS on a trip of a lifetime to some of the world's least discovered islands. On this exclusive adventure you'll sail on a traditional wooden dhow through crystal-blue waters, and get to camp on the shores of an uninhabited isle. You'll also have plenty of time to swim, snorkel, kayak, and simply unwind. The Quirimbas Archipelago also plays host to a stunning mosaic of wildlife, from whales and sea turtles to elephants and dugongs, and you'll get to discover these creatures along with the region’s rich local customs and fascinating history on expertly guided walking tours.