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Diving in Mozambique

Explore diving in Mozambique

Mention Mozambique and most divers think megafauna. Whale sharks and manta rays prowl the plankton-rich water year-round and humpback whales pass by on their way through from the Antarctic.

Mozambique has more than 2000 km of coastline. To the north, the Quirimbas Archipelago is home to the largest marine protected area on the African continent. These protected coral reefs and mangrove forests are an important nursery for reef fish and five of the ocean’s seven marine turtles among other notable denizens.

The south is a haven for nesting marine turtles. Off Tofo, whale shark alley attracts whale sharks all year. Sightings are almost guaranteed. This alone will put Mozambique on many scuba divers’ bucket lists.

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Common marine life sightings for Mozambique

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Mozambique is located on Africa’s southeast coast. Flying in to Mozambique is probably your best bet if you are visiting from afar. Maputo International is the main hub for international flights. Beira, Pemba, Vilankulu and Inhambane Airports also receive international flights.

Time Zone
UTC+02:00
Phone
+258
Currency
MZN
Voltage
220 V
Pressure
Bar (bar)
Plug
C, F, M
Languages
Portuguese
1st Stage
DIN
International airports
Maputo (MPM)
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