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Beira Mozambique

Welcome to Mozambique's 2nd largest and most important city, Beira. The city is situated at the mouth of a magnificent estuary midway between the North and South borders and where the Pungoe and Buzi Rivers meet and flow into the Indian Ocean

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Cahora Bassa Dam Mozambique

The Cahora Bassa Dam is fed by the iconic Zambezi River and is the 2nd largest hydroelectric dam in Africa and the 5th largest dam in the world! Its capacity is 52,000,000,000, that’s fifty two thousand million cubic metres of water! The dam started filling in late

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Chimoio Mozambique

Welcome to Chimoio, Mozambique's fifth largest city - situated in the Manica Province approximately 90km from the Zimbabwean border. Explore Mount Bengo, (Cabeça do Velho) a rocky outcrop known as “Old Man’s Head”. Local traditions believe Mount Bêngo to be a sacred place

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Gurue Mozambique

Welcome to Gurue! Located in the North of Mozambique and in the Zambezia Province. Gurue is dominated by Mount Namuli and its extensive tea plantations! Gurue was once known as the Switzerland of Mozambique and achieved international recognition for its tea production

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Manica Mozambique

Welcome to the market town of Manica - Situated in the Manica Province and approximately 20km from the Zimbabwean border it was once the capital of the notorious Kingdom of Manica. Manica is renowned for its sacred rock-art site at Chinhamapere Hill. The Manica Province was once at the heart of the gold-trade in medieval times

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Mocuba Mozambique

Welcome to Mocuba, a little town situated in the Zambezia Province of Mozambique. A typical yet interesting rural village located on the banks of the beautiful Licungo River. The town offers basic supplies and facilities including, accommodation, restaurants, fuel stations

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Quelimane Mozambique

Quelimane has one of the largest coconut plantations in the world! Quelimane (pronounced "kelly-monney"), is Mozambique's 4th largest city and seaport which serves as an important trade centre for Mozambique. Take a 20 minute drive east to Zalala Beach where thousands of coconut trees

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Savane Beach Mozambique

Savane is a rustic and remote beach getaway out of town, located amongst coconut trees and along the river banks of Rio Savane - a perfect escape from the bustling city of Beira. Enjoy birdwatching, fishing and boat trips on the Rio Savane. Only 40km away from Mozambique's second largest city, beira

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Tete Mozambique

The suspension bridge crossing the Zambezi river in Tete looks just like a smaller version of the suspension bridge in San Francisco! Tete, a bustling town located on the banks of the beautiful and well renowned Zambezi river. This is a perfect place to visit if you're interested in experiencing Mozambique's local lifestyle and culture. Nearby Tete is a forested area where beautiful indigenous baobab trees dominate.

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