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In Northern Mozambique lies an unexplored tropical paradise; a fantasy world with endless golden-white beaches fringed by exotic jungle on the one side and the crisp, blue waters of the Indian Ocean on the other. The Quirimbas Archipelago is a 100 kilometre-long stretch of Mozambican coastline... read more

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In Northern Mozambique lies an unexplored tropical paradise; a fantasy world with endless golden-white beaches fringed by exotic jungle on the one side and the crisp, blue waters of the Indian Ocean on the other. The Quirimbas Archipelago is a 100 kilometre-long stretch of Mozambican coastline comprising of 32 heavenly islands. Here you will find some of the most spectacular reefs to explore in the world and
untouched island hideaways in which to enjoy the luxurious surroundings. The area is largely untouched and undeveloped, making it the ideal tourist getaways.

The Quirimbas National Park is made up of the 11 southern-most islands and a large portion of the mainland covered in exotic tropical forests and is a world of untouched beauty. Scuba diving and snorkelling in the area rewards tourists with the superb, hidden treasures of underwater paradises. Amazing coral and abundant marine life grace the splendorous reefs of the Quirimbas Archipelago. Spend languorous days
lounging on the beach, sipping on a cocktail or swimming in the sea. Enjoy the finest cuisine with fresh local cashew nuts and sumptuous seafood meals.

Glide over the crystal waters of sunset in an Arab dhow while drinking in the amber glow as the sun melts beneath the horizon. The views are breath-taking. Big game fishers find themselves equally at home at Quirimbas Archipelago, with the reefs teeming with game fish and chartered boats for hire. The island of Ibo makes for a fascinating trip back in time to the days of pirates and silver and slave traders.