Topographic Map of Mozambique, the Mozambique Channel and the southern portion of the Rift Valley. Good weather continues with pleasantly warm days, clear skies and a bit of a breeze – ideal for a relaxing beach holiday. Average daytime temperatures hit 31°C+, with evenings around 23°C. Physical map of Africa Read about them by clicking on these large markers – then to see the more detailed maps of these areas follow links in the bubbles – or at the bottom of the page. Although the school holidays have ended it is still high season and still a popular month – it’s our favourite month here.
At the mouth of the Limpopo, it is the second largest African river (after the Zambezi) that empties into the Indian Ocean. October is also considered the best month for whale watching, and one of the best for dolphins, which are present in good numbers.
672subscribers on YouTube, © In September, temperatures begin to climb and warm, sunny days continue, although evenings are still cooler (averaging around 28°C in the day and 19°C at night); this is historically the driest month in Mozambique.
A great destination for families, there’s something to keep all ages entertained as well as ample opportunity for utter relaxation. The chances of seeing whale sharks and manta rays also increase as the seas warm up; this, and the next two months, are best for sightings. This is one of the best times to visit Mozambique, and is a great month for diving as visibility now reaches its peak, but it can be a bit windy. The dry season is now in full swing so clear blue skies abound. Diving and snorkelling conditions are reaching optimum levels with generally excellent visibility, though the water is now chilly by Mozambique standards. Whale watching is getting even better as numbers increase and, as in August, diving and snorkelling conditions are excellent with great visibility.
The fishing is good with marlin, sailfish and kingfish all possibilities.
Lodges are getting busier and with Mozambique’s month-long summer holiday beginning in late June, it’s advisable to book well in advance. Rainfall is still high, peaking in the north – where it continues for longer than in the south – and the threat of tropical cyclones remains (2019 saw Idai wreak havoc).
On Ibo Island in the Quirimbas Archipelago, 24 June sees the Feast of St John the Baptist – celebrated as Kueto Siriwala (“to not forget your roots”) day. Botswana is perhaps Africa's most exclusive safari destination.
Discover where the main towns and cities are in Mozambique. Fishing for certain species, especially kingfish and marlin, remains excellent. 2700km coastline hosts many migratory mammals, Map of Mozambique showing areas for beach holidays.
Elegant accommodation, a highly personalised level of care and a wide range of land and water-based activities make Azura a fantastic destination for all travellers. Subsistence and deep sea fishing are popular activities along coast, Sustainable tourism is practiced by many of the remote coastal resorts, Travelling by boat has long been a means of transport for local coastal tribes, Visit Ibo Island and explore the old Portuguese settlement, Marine habitats along the approx. Explore Africa's untouched wildernesses on foot. Diving is generally good, but visibility can be limited.
After the busy Christmas/New Year period lodges are almost empty, so it’s a good time to avoid the “crowds”. Diving conditions improve with increased visibility and the sea is still warm, so April can be a lovely month for diving or a beach holiday.
This a sketch map of Mozambique – showing its key road arteries, national parks, towns, and areas of interest for visitors. 2500x2282 / 899 Kb Go to Map. Mozambique is divided into two major topographical regions:To the north of the Zambezi river that runs almost through central Mozambique, a narrow coastline and bordering plateau slope upward into hills and a series of rugged highlands like Angonia Highlands and Lichinga Highlands (as shown on map) punctuated by … Captivating in scale, breathtakingly beautiful and almost dauntingly wild. Fishing for marlin, bonito and kingfish is still excellent. Map of Mozambique - on the South Eastern seaboard of Africa.
+44 203 405 6666, See all contact details Christmas and New Year are very popular periods despite invariably carrying price supplements. 1,644followers on Instagram With visibility still pretty clear, diving and snorkelling conditions remain good. Lastly, Mozambique’s biggest international music festival, Azgo, takes place in Maputo during May. Although the sea is wonderfully warm, beaches can be pretty windy and diving at this time of the year can be more challenging, with choppier waters and sometimes pretty poor visibility. 2020 Expect dhow races as well as traditional music and dance.