Mozambique

Mozambique is a country on the Indian Ocean coast of Southern Africa. It is bordered by South Africa to the south, Tanzania to the north and has inland borders with Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Swaziland. Mozambique's eastern coastline along the Indian Ocean is more than 1,000 km long, a fantastic draw for scuba divers, fishermen, sailors and beach lovers.
Maputo is the capital city of Mozambique. Maputo has been the capital of Mozambique since 1898.
Southern Mozambique is a region in Mozambique. It is made up of the provinces of Gaza, Inhambane, and Maputo, as well as Maputo City itself, which is considered a separate entity.
Gorongosa National Park, is in Central Mozambique. This 4,000 square kilometer Park is located at the southern end of the Great East African Rift Valley.
Central Mozambique is a region in Mozambique. The once famous Gorongosa National Park is located in Sofala Province in Central Mozambique.
Tofo Beach is in Inhambane Province, Mozambique. It has been described as "the next Goa", and while this may be pushing it a bit, Tofo has definitely become a traveller's focus on the Eastern coast of Africa.
Northern Mozambique is a region in Mozambique. It includes the provinces of Cabo Delgado, Nampula, and Niassa.
Pemba is the capital of the Cabo Delgado Province in the north of Mozambique.
Vilanculos is the Mozambican capital of water sports.
Inhambane is in Mozambique. It is a sleepy historic town some 485 km north of Maputo.
Beira is a port town in Mozambique. Beira is the second largest city in Mozambique and capital of the Sofala Province.
The Bazaruto Archipelago is a group of islands off the coast of Vilanculos in Mozambique.
Nampula is the capital of Nampula Province in Northern Mozambique, surrounded by plains and rocky outcrops.
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