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Acacia Africa reinstates tours to Mozambique

22nd April 2015 Print
Mozambique's alluring beaches

Safari specialist, Acacia Africa has reinstated all of its Mozambique tours after the FCO removed the advisory covering Sofala province.

Arno Delport, Sales & Marketing Manager at Acacia Africa comments, “The country is tipped to be one of Southern Africa's most sought after destinations in 2015. Mozambique was one of the most popular places to safari in our recent Facebook polls and we are now taking bookings for our 14-day Mozambique & Zimbabwe Explorer.”

Still relatively undiscovered, Mozambique is an attractive option for adventurers in search of a more remote Africa, the country combining unspoilt beaches and excellent dive opportunities with rich cultural encounters.

Acacia Africa’s 14-day Mozambique & Zimbabwe Explorer camping overland expedition includes various stops along the country’s scenic coast from Vilankulos to Xai-Xai. The Bazaruto Archipelago National Marine Park is one of the major highlights.

Arno Delport, Sales & Marketing Manager at Acacia Africa, comments “Largely undeveloped the islands are ideal for anyone in search of a laid back and less touristy beach experience. The coastal town of Vilankulos is only a short dhow ride from Magaruque Island where you can hike to a 19th century fort, snorkel with turtles and drift dive.”

"Further south there are more alluring beach backdrops. Xai Xai’s coral reef is a magnet for a variety of marine life and Tofo has one of the highest Whale Shark populations in the world."

14-day Mozambique & Zimbabwe Explorer from £715pp (no single supplement) + local payment from £432pp including transport, camping accommodation, most meals and services of a tour leader/driver. Excludes return flight. Year round departures. First departure 25 June. The tour operator’s camping overland tours are targeted at those aged 18-39 years. Acacia Africa (

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Mozambique's alluring beaches