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Mozambique Archaeology

Mozambique Island The Mozambique Island in the province of Nampula is a fascinating place due to its history and architectural features. The old part of the island, which covers two-thirds of the area, was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1992. While standing at the haunted ramparts of the fortress on Mozambique Island, absorb an...

Beaches in Mozambique

Image - Beaches in Mozambique Beaches in Mozambique Until the fighting put Mozambique out of bounds, the country's superb beaches were well-known holiday playgrounds. Following the peace, visitors are once again flocking to the country, so encouraging the building of more resort properties and lodges. The country is politically stable having had two peaceful elections, and...

Mozambique Ornithology

Image - Mozambique Ornithology Bird Watching in Mozambique Mozambique has a variety of habitats from miombo woodland, mangrove swamps, lakes and coastline so there is a diverse range of bird species to be seen. There are over 600 recorded species and about 30 endemics. There are 523 recorded species south of the Rio Save alone. Over 340 bird species have been recorded along the...

Mozambique Travel Facts

Natural Features: Coastal lowlands with uplands in centre,high plateau in north-west and mountain in west. Clothing: Take light clothing with some warm cover-ups for the highland evenings together with waterproofs if travelling in the rainy season. Accommodation: High quality hotels in Maputo are the Polana and Cardoso. Tipping: Waiters and other...

Hunting in Mozambique

Hunting in Mozambique Civil war dealt a major blow to Mozambique's top hunting destinations and opportunities were only reopened in 1994. The hunting season stretches from I April to 30 October and there are several large hunting concession areas. Some are in the Marromeu complex and the buffer zones around Reserva do Niassa. Trophy fees range...

Mozambique Dive Sites

Image - Mozambique Dive Sites Scuba Diving Opportunities in Mozambique Popular diving locations are to be found at Ponta Malangani, Inhaca and dozens of other spots along the length of the Quirimba Archipelago in the far north. Besides, Ponta do Ouro, Ponta Mamoli, Inhaca Island near Inhambane and Morrungulo, among a host of other locations also provide excellent scuba reefs....

Mozambique Projects

In December 1992 the government announced the proposed restructuring of the administration of the Beira, Maputo and Nacala transport corridors, with a view to encouraging private-sector involvement in investment and management. In June 1997 the government invited contractors to tender for private concessions to operate Maputo port and the three...

Mozambique Transport Devpt.

In 1983 Mozambique secured several grants for making improvements to the railway network, including the rehabilitation of the vital 450-km rail link between the Moatize coalfields and Beira port. In October 1986 a short-term programme to reinstate the 'Beira Corridor', linking Zimbabwe to the Beira harbour, was initiated, at a cost of more than US...

Mozambique Investment Guide

Why invest in Mozambique? Mozambique posted the greatest diversified and sustained economic growth in Africa between 1996 and 2005, with average annual growth of 8.3 percent, according to the World Bank's Development Indicators for Africa 2007 report. Meanwhile, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is satisfied with the “strong and robust growth...