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Itinerary Inspiration

Mozambique is the perfect honeymoon destination for adventurous couples looking to explore a land of natural beauty. Boasting soft sand beaches, warm waters, colorful coral reefs and tropical foliage, this South African will mesmerize you with its breathtaking views and vibrant culture. Discover the untamed wilderness on a safari through the national parks and reserves. Wander into town or museum to experience the local art, dance and music. Sail away to the famous islands of Bazaruto Archipelago and Quirimbas Archipelago. Wherever you go, you'll be welcomed by the friendly locals.

Things You Should Know

Time Zone: UTC +2 hours (no DST)
Official Language: Portuguese
Currency: New Metical (South African Rand, US Dollars, Pounds also accepted by some hotels)
Credit Cards: Accepted in some hotels (please carry cash or travelers' checks)
ATMs: Extremely limited and tend to be unreliable
Entry Requirements: Valid passport and visa
Best Times to Visit: May through October

Mozambique Honeymoons

Mozambique is known for its unspoiled beauty and long stretches of coastline. Together you can turn this exotic location into your romantic paradise. Spend every day soaking in the mesmerizing scenery and savoring all of the enticing flavors of Mozambique. Relax in a hammock, share a couples massage or make a toast to your new lives together while watching the sun sink below the sparking Indian Ocean.

Destination Weddings in Mozambique

Blessed with an array of romantic places to exchange your vows, Mozambique offers you plenty of unforgettable destinations to exchange your vows. Choose from a spectacular safari wedding on a lush game reserve to a luxurious wedding at a lavish resort to an intimate ceremony on the beach. There are many destination wedding packages available and wedding coordinators available on site to organize and plan every detail of your special day.

Climate & Weather

Conditions vary depending on the region and time of year. Particularly during the rainy season, Mozambique's inland areas experience cooler and more humid weather than the coastal regions. Summer is the rainy season, starting in October and ending in March. The Winter months, April through September tend to be the best time to visit.