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Inhambane  is in Southern Mozambique and is the country’s premier tourist destination. Stretching from Quissico in the South to Nova Mambone in the North, Inhambane has Indian Ocean holiday destinations of all types,  Inhambane has such famous locations as Praia do Tofo, Praia dos Cocos, Ponto do Barra, Vilankulo, Ilha de Benquerra, Guinjata Bay and many more. Scuba diving in Inhambane is amongst the best in the world, with reefs close to every beach, including the world famous Manta Reef and Gallaria. Regular sightings of Giant Manta Rays, Whale Sharks, Turtles and other teeming marine life are the norm. There are many professional scuba diving operations throughout the province. Snorkeling is also excellent. Inhambane – glorious beaches, fantastic weather, splendid seafood and friendly locals all make a holiday in Mozambique an unforgettable experience.
 
 
 
 
Inhambane is one of the oldest settlements on the East Coast of Africa. Dhows traded at the place as early as the 11th century by Muslim and Persian traders.. The Inhambane Bay was discovered by Vasco da Gama in 1498. The Europeans decided to stay on permanently and the Portuguese influence can be seen in the layout and architecture of the city. As the city developed it became well known as a trading centre, especially for slaves and ivory. Today it is the provincial capital, an important port and an important agricultural region. Tourists to Inhambane are bound to find the colonial architecture quite fascinating. There are many old buildings in the city, including the 200 year old Our Lady of the Conception Catholic Cathedral. Local arts and crafts can be viewed and bought at the charming market, with the woven straw baskets and mats being most notable. Tourists will no doubt catch snatches of the local musical tradition, played percussively on chopi xylophones . The city exudes a relaxed atmosphere and the cobbled streets and interesting buildings make this city a unique cultural experience. 
 
 
 
 
 
Inhambane is one of the oldest settlements on the East Coast of Africa. Dhows traded at the place as early as the 11th century by Muslim and Persian traders.. The Inhambane Bay was discovered by Vasco da Gama in 1498. The Europeans decided to stay on permanently and the Portuguese influence can be seen in the layout and architecture of the city. As the city developed it became well known as a trading centre, especially for slaves and ivory. Today it is the provincial capital, an important port and an important agricultural region. Tourists to Inhambane are bound to find the colonial architecture quite fascinating. There are many old buildings in the city, including the 200 year old Our Lady of the Conception Catholic Cathedral. Local arts and crafts can be viewed and bought at the charming market, with the woven straw baskets and mats being most notable. Tourists will no doubt catch snatches of the local musical tradition, played percussively on chopi xylophones . The city exudes a relaxed atmosphere and the cobbled streets and interesting buildings make this city a unique cultural experience. 
 
 
Mozambique

Mozambique is a country of endless pristine palm-fringed beaches and superb, largely untouched dive sites. The exotic Portuguese-influenced culture and warm, friendly people make for a heady mix of culinary cultural experiences, not to mention undiscovered natural wonders just waiting for your visit.
The Republic of Mozambique stretches for 2 504 kilometres along the south-eastern coast of Africa, facing the Indian Ocean and occupies 799 384 square kilometres.
 
kruger mozambique

South Africa have agreed to take down fences,between Kruger and Mozambique's Limpopo National Park to create the Greater Limpopo Transfrontier Park. This unique political innovation is creating a colossal wilderness area which means Mozambique has its own park alongside the Kruger Park of the same size and types of wildlife.

 There are two routs to Inhambane One through the Kruger Park into Mozambique's Limpopo National Park  This route is a great adventure and shorter but it's easy to get lost and time wise takes much longer.The gate at the southern end of kruger is very easy and has instant visa prosessing for international tourists .From there it's an easy six hour trip up Mozambique.You will experience true Mozambique .Once you start to see the huge palmed beaches and little vilages of palm leaf houses with grand churches in the middle under massive palms you are getting close to the paradise of Inhambane and the idelic Manta coast.
 

Dive sites   as one can see from the map there are an impressive amount of dive sites in the area and new sites being found regually.  Off each bay point there is a coral reef that extends out to see then turns left to create a natural bay at low tide where even children can snorkle  in calm waters of the coral gardens and see a huge array of coral fish and types of brihtly coloured  coral.

Coral Gardens.This has got to be one of the best snorkelling spots in Mozambique. The lighthouse reef, running at angle from the shore for about 400m, offers calm and protected water on the inner edge, suitable for kids and beginners. The depth ranges from 1m down to 5m and offers pool-like conditions . The reef is home to hundreds of reef fish, lion fish, stone fish, a multitude of eels, shrimps, crayfish, cuttle fish, star fish, octopus, nudibranches and a garden of soft and hard corals. Even the majestic mantas come in to this protected area to give birth.