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Nascer do Sol, Chizavane, Mozambique. Travel guide


Nascer do Sol, Chizavane, Mozambique. Travel guide.

The turnoff to Praia de Chizavane is about 28 km north of Xai­ Xai. 10 km further on a sandy road the magnificent resort of Nascer do Sol is reached. 
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The spectacular Bay of Chizavane offers white beaches and beautiful tidal pools for safe swimming. 
The resort is set on one of the most beautiful spots on the Mozambican coast and is the ideal place for a family holiday. 
The Bar and restaurant is situated in a restored Portuguese style building with spectacular views of the ocean. 
Here you can sit on the veranda and while enjoying an ice cold drink you stand a good chance of spotting a migrating whale or two. 
Nascer do Sol offers accommodation in very neat one and two bedroom self-catering log cabins overlooking the ocean. 
The en-suite cabins are individually named, for example Starfish, Sea horse etc. and sleep 4 to 8 people. 
The cabins are neatly decorated, fully equipped and boast a deck from which you can admire the beach and ocean. 
A shady campsite is set between the dunes overlooking the sea. 
The campsite offers already erected tent and a lapa where food can be prepared as well as neat ablution facilities with hot and cold running water and flush toilets. 
Rooms for overnight stops are also available on a dinner, bed and breakfast basis. 
Nascer do Sol with its friendly hosts is a beautiful resort and definitely worth a visit. 

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Mozambique. Travel guide.

Mozambique. Travel guide.

Nestled between South Africa and Tanzania, on the southeastern coast of Africa lies the tropical paradise of Mozambique
The 2 500 km. long coastline with white palm lined beaches, pristine crystal clear waters, lagoons and spectacular coral reefs, is one of the most popular holiday destinations on the African continent. 
This magnificent coastline with its secluded unspoiled beaches is scattered with stunning resorts that blend in with the natural beauty of the region. 
For the adventurous this paradise, with its all year round summer climate, offers many activities, especially fishing, diving, snorkeling and sailing as well as peace and tranquility 
for those who just want to laze around on white tropical beaches and enjoy life. 
Magnificent sunrises, calm lukewarm waters of the Indian Ocean, excellent cuisine and friendly people await those who want to discover this tropical paradise called Mozambique.

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Inhambane Province

Info Video on Mozambique - Free Travel Guide

Info Video on Mozambique - Free Travel Guide

Most comprehensive Travel Guide to this tropical paradise,
Mozambique. From Ponta do Ouro in the south all the way up to Inhassoro.

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Life in Mozambique

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I made this film to share the information about Mozambique. I describe the life how the people live.


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Approved Mozambique Properties - BuyMozam

Approved Mozambique Properties - BuyMozam 

Buy Mozam Properties provides you with information as a foreign investor in this unique pristine paradise, where the clear coastal waters, and rich diversity of underwater creatures, provide a dreamy destination to invest in a holiday home.
You can opt to build your own home, from pre-approved plans taking the hassle out of designing your own. With their in depth knowledge and integrity they will guide you through all the potential pit falls, ensuring nothing but smooth sailing for owning your holiday home on the beach in Mozambique.
Surrounded by untouched beaches for the whole family, with local villages nearby you are sure to experience the friendly culture of this unique country.
Southern Mozambique has a vast coastline yet some of this land has already been developed or sold by our company in recent years. Let Buy Mozam. assist you in making your dream a legal certainty.
Property investment in this idyllic paradise has never been more accessible.
Make dreams, more than just dreams, contact Buy Mozam for all the answers.

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Wakene Beach Estate - Accommodation Ponta Malongane

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Wakene Beach Estate is located on eighteen acres of Coastal Dune Forest, with its own inspiring beach front, only 4km North of Ponta Malongane in Southern Mozambique.

The pristine forest and its natural flora and fauna have been preserved for the enjoyment of guests who are avid nature enthusiasts, and yearn to get away and revel in the serenity of a sublime paradise.

Casa Madeira is one of their fully equipped self-catering villas, located on a private stretch of beach, surrounded by lush vegetation. 
In addition to the gorgeous wooden floors, amazing holiday vibe and an open plan kitchen and lounge, the unit boasts all the modern indulgences we all have grown accustomed to. The eighty-one square meter deck, with super large alfresco dining table offers the perfect setting to embrace your surroundings. This unit includes en-suite facilities for all six bedrooms, and is serviced daily, perfect for larger groups.

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Visit Mozambique - Africa Travel Channel

Visit Mozambique - Africa Travel Channel

Travel Documentary Showcasing Mozambique's Top Travel Destinations.

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Maputo, Mozambique

Maputo, Mozambique Tourism - Maputo, Mozambique Vacation

Maputo has been the capital of Mozambique since 1898. The city was previously called Lourenço Marques until the country's independence in 1975. It is the largest city in Mozambique and the country's most important harbour. It is situated at the mouth of the Santo River in the extreme south, 90 km from the border with South Africa.

In comparison with other sub-Saharan African cities, the urban area feels small and concentrated, with wide avenues and old trees. People are generally out and about in the streets, walking, driving and getting on with life. The vibe is healthy and active, with little begging and lots of street vendors and markets. There is no heavy presence of police during the day.

There are few tourists to be seen and at times the atmosphere is as much South American as African. Buildings range from old colonial palaces to new high-rise constructions, but the dominant architecture consists of Stalinist-looking concrete-walled boxes, generally with badly eroded paint and rusty security bars. Fortunately, these tend to fade into the background, and there are enough buildings with old charm and lush enough gardens (cycads, coleus, flamboyant, jacaranda, bouganvillea, etc.) to give a pleasing if shabby feel. Especially outstanding buildings which shouldn't be missed are the Pancho Guedes creations: Guadiesque, surreal and difficult to find.

The city provides a range of accommodation, from many-star hotels (e.g. Polana, Cardoso, Southern Sun) to comfortable backpackers' hostels (Base and Fatima's) and reasonable options in between (Mozaic Guest House). 

See in Maputo, Mozambique
1 - The Railway Station on Praca dos Trabalhadores is sometimes mistaken to be the work by Gustave Eiffel. However, the building is an imposing structure and well-worth a visit, especially at Friday or Saturday nights where live music often is played.

2 - The National Art Museum has a small but good collection of Mozambican art, including several large canvases by the world-renowned Malangatana.

3 - The Jardim Tunduru is a very pretty (albeit small) botanical garden.

4 - The Museum of the Revolution chronicles Mozambique's fight for indepedence from Portuguese colonialism(Closed in 2008 and by the looks of it will not re-open soon)

5 - The Mercado Central in the Baixa district has fresh fish, crabs, calamari, fruits and vegetables, and many household staples. Safe, lively and recommended, especially if cooking for yourself.

6 - Walk up Avenida Julius Nyerere. Start from the Hotel Cardoso or Natural History Museum along R Mutemba to Nyerere then left (north) to the Polana Hotel. Boutiques, restaurants, curio vendors, video stores, etc. to be seen in the relatively upscale Polana neighborhood.

7 - Casa do Ferro Avenida Samora Marcel, is a building designed by Gustave Eiffel, architect of Paris' Eiffel Tower. It is also known as the "Iron House" or "Steel House" because of its all-metal structure. Originally intended as the Governor's home, it turned out to be too hot to live in under Maputo's tropical conditions, and is now a museum.

8 - Museu de História Natural, Praca Travessia de Zambezi (close to Cardoso Hotel). Enjoyable little museum. Lots of stuffed animals, birds and reptiles with full-size models of elephants. Interesting collection of wooden carvings, including a selection of traditional and very uncomfortable looking wooden pillows. Mtn 50. 

Do in Maputo, Mozambique
1 - Visit some beautiful beaches, such as Catembe and Ponta d'Ouro. It is very jovial in these atmospheres and are generally safe, but beware of pickpocketing and avoid bringing valuables with you on a beach stroll. Ponta D'Ouro and Ponta Malongane have some beautiful scuba-diving spots, with either campsites or chalets right on the beach.

2 - Take in a wedding. Beautiful tribal singing and women ululating. Civil ceremonies next door to Avenida Hotel. Several weddings on Saturday morning.


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