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The Best Time to Visit Mozambique

Mozambique has two distinct seasons, with the dry winter season occurring from May to November and the rainy summer season from December to April.

The dry season features cooler temperatures (though it rarely dips below the low 20s) with less rain. This makes it the ideal time to visit the archipelagos of Quirimbas and Bazaruto, their beaches looking their resplendent best. Head to Mozambique in the second half of the season and you’ll catch pods of humpback whales migrating from Antarctica (July to October). If you’re going on a safari holiday on the mainland, August, September and October are great months as the vegetation has thinned out towards the end of the dry season and the wildlife are drawn to watering holes.

The wet summer season brings higher temperatures and humidity, as well as stronger downpours, but it’s still a good time to visit. The months of January and February do see cyclones so it may be worth avoiding these months.

Mozambique Travel Advice Essentials

Do I need any vaccinations for Mozambique?

Please seek advice from your doctor regarding medical precautions against Malaria. Hepatitis A, Typhoid, Polio and Tetanus-Diphtheria vaccinations are currently recommended. If entering Mozambique from a yellow fever zone, you must be in possession of a valid international yellow fever innoculation certificate. Please consult your GP at least four to six weeks prior to travel for current advice.

What is the time difference between Mozambique and the UK?

The time difference is GMT +2 hours.

How long is the flight to Mozambique?

The flight time from London to Maputo is from 15 hours, including a stopover.

What is the currency in Mozambique?

The currency is the Mozambican metical.

Do I need visa for a holiday in Mozambique?

All UK nationals need to visa to enter Mozambique. The visa application can be completed online prior to your trip on the Mozambique High Commission website and sent via post, with a tourist visa costing £50.

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Guana Island, British Virgin Islands

Guana Island is a rainforested bolthole that offers the ultimate in tropical seclusion. It has seven (yes, seven!) pristine beaches and acres of island wilderness that you can explore and enjoy almost all to yourself, bar a few inquisitive rock iguanas and migratory birds. Bliss!

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Guana Island, British Virgin Islands

Guana Island is a rainforested bolthole that offers the ultimate in tropical seclusion. It has seven (yes, seven!) pristine beaches and acres of island wilderness that you can explore and enjoy almost all to yourself, bar a few inquisitive rock iguanas and migratory birds. Bliss!