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Luxury Mozambique Honeymoons

Mozambique is Africa’s undiscovered jewel – a melting pot of cultures and exotic influences, from early North African and Arab traders to Portuguese colonists who have all left their mark. A splendid array of flora and fauna is interspersed with traditional villages and flanked by a coral-fringed coastline of translucent tropical waters.

Mozambique Honeymoon

 The pristine coral reefs which line the Bazaruto Archipelago in the south and Quirimbas Archipelago in the far north, boast some of the world’s most impressive marine life. The 5 islands of the Bazaruto Archipelago – Bazaruto itself, Benguerra, Magaruque, Santa Carolina and Bangué – all have their own unique charm and character, offering everything from diving and snorkelling to dhow sailing and deep-sea fishing. These islands are best accessed via Vilanculos, Mozambique's ‘mainland hopping-off point’.

North of Bazaruto lies a largely undeveloped Swahili-flavoured shoreline, studded with historic treasures from Portugal’s colonial days. Pemba is typical of many of Africa’s original colonial towns and represents the gateway to Ibo Island and the Quirimbas Archipelago, which stretches for 250kms north and consists of 27 offshore islands dotted with innumerable castaway beaches. Nestling in a corner of Mozambique’s Quirimbas Archipelago, Quilálea is a 35-hectare private island of unparalleled natural beauty, completely removed from civilisation. A diverse marine sanctuary fringed with unspoilt beaches and surrounded by the warm Indian Ocean.

Mozambique’s tropical climate varies with altitude and latitude, the north-east coastal regions generally being hotter and more humid than the south. The cooler dry season from April – September is considered the best time to visit when water visibility is good and the weather ideal.

Visit our main honeymoons page for a full list of our luxury honeymoons

Island of the month: Mauritius

Mauritius isn’t just an island to enjoy a luxury hotel with soft, white sandy shores and delicious locally grown food with tip-top service. It’s also an island to explore and find exhilarating activities such as hiking, zip-lining and horse riding, as well as helicopter tours and swimming to a waterfall.

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Island of the month: Mauritius

Mauritius isn’t just an island to enjoy a luxury hotel with soft, white sandy shores and delicious locally grown food with tip-top service. It’s also an island to explore and find exhilarating activities such as hiking, zip-lining and horse riding, as well as helicopter tours and swimming to a waterfall.