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Palma Mozambique

Learn more about the coastal resort of Palma in Mozambique

Warning: We strongly encourage visitors not to enter or travel through the northern regions of the Cabo Delgado Province due to recent and ongoing attacks in the area. Areas to completely avoid include Pangane, Mocimboa da Praia, Palma, Quionga as well as the Namoto - Kilambo Ferry Border and Negomano / Mtambaswala (Unity Bridge) Border.

A bustling fishing town only 44km from the Namoto / Kilambo Ferry Border of Tanzania. Explore stunning palm-fringed beaches and bays where white sand and shallow waters glisten. Purchase freshly caught fish from the fish market down at the beach.

Palma is a developing town located in the northern region of Mozambique only 44km from the Namoto / Kilambo Ferry Border of Tanzania and opposite the world renowned Quirimba Archipelago. The bustling town is known for its traditional rug making, basket weaving and the fish market by the beach where you can purchase freshly caught fish (make sure you buy from a kiosk with clean facilities).

There are a few restaurants and bars you can stopover for an ice cold drink and meal including Tipyku's Restaurant & Wine Bar, Porto Seguro and Amarula Palma to name a few.

Other food and basic supplies can be purchased at the local "supermarket", butchery (Carnes Da Beira Meat) and the Inductoserve hardware store. One can also head down to "Barbearia Dinho" for a long overdue haircut.

Palma sits on the inside arch of a massive 225km² bay at the mouth of a beautiful mangrove estuary. A large number of fishermen in their boats can be observed actively drifting around the bay where views of both Tecomaji and Rongui islands can be spotted from the beach.

From Palma, head 13km north along the R775 and turn right for another 16km where you'll reach a beautiful beach called Quiwia with a tall lighthouse overlooking shallow waters protected by a large reef. A little further north is another stunning palm-fringed bay with white sand and azure waters, often referred to as Quiongo beach. Quiongo is another quaint seaside village worth stopping over, situated along the edges of a beautiful mangrove delta from the Rovuma River which divides Mozambique from Tanzania.

Quick Fact:

Palma sits on the inside arch of a massive 225km² bay at the mouth of a beautiful mangrove estuary. A large number of fishermen in their boats can be observed actively drifting around the bay where views of both Tecomaji and Rongui islands can be spotted from the beach.

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