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  • The Best Time to Visit Mozambique

    5. February 2010

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    The Best Time to Visit Mozambique
    Mozambique is the ultimate relaxing destination.  Some of the aspects of this African nation are tall palm trees, peaceful beaches, warm aqua waters full of marine life and abundant sunshine.  On the contrary, one can also experience, a cyclone and torrential rains and the humidity can also soar to unbearable highs. Hence, the question in everyone’s mind is obvious, “When is the best time to visit Mozambique?” The answer to the above question is not simple at all as it is dependent on a number of aspects.  Some aspects include your own interests as the country has so many different things to explore and experience and lastly when do you wish to travel. As seen here, one person favorite time can be a disaster for another.  A major reason that influences one’s decision is the  [...]

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    Mozambique – The Scuba Diving Destination

    1. February 2010

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    The Republic of Mozambique is situated on east coast of the African continent.  The country has vast pristine palm-fringed beaches along with largely untouched dive sites. The best part of Mozambique is one can experience the best of Africa in terms of abundant marine life without the crowds as seen in some popular dive sites worldwide. Mozambique has been largely influenced by the Portuguese culture. You will find friendly locals here and there is a lot to discover in this country.  The waters of the country are largely unexplored.  The waters are home to the migrating whale sharks and humpback whales.  Also, there are many locations where diving with manta rays is gaining popularity and its reefs are beaming with life.  You can get up close and personal with marine creatures  [...]

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    Toddling Safari and Intensifying History of Gorongosa

    20. January 2010

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    Toddling Safari and Intensifying History of Gorongosa
    One of the most luxuriant walking safari destinations in our world, Gorongosa National Park is a remarkable blend of historical heritage, diverse ecology, and distinct ethnicity of Mozambique. Perfectly positioned near the delta system and Lower Zambezi, this abundant national park is gifted with the natural river water that is being used by the copious wildlife and shrubbery within. People visiting this place are usually enticed by dense tropical forests, mystifying caves, cascading waterfall, gushing rivers, rambling pans, woodlands and Albida forests. This natural vicinity of Gorongosa is one of the ecologically richest places on earth. Strolling through this safari walk is indeed an enriching experience. You can explore the world that’s not much known to you before. However, if  [...]

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    Passion And Obsession Of Honeymoon Stay In Mozambique

    1. January 2010

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    Honeymoon is once in a lifetime when there is only love, more love and so much of love filled in trip. The honeymoon is such an idealistic and quixotic time that hubbies and wives spend together, embarking on journey of exploration of their relationship. The honeymoon trips fills up all the photos displays in home, in memoirs, albums and memories that are cherished life long. Honeymoon trips is not some adventure trip or expedition, its time when you make more love then eat and drink. The passion, obsession and zealous love making in bed, on the floor, the bath tub and I can add on more outlandish and erotic places which send the inspirations down! A lovers retreat, epitome of honeymoon, inspirational environment, stunning views, astonishing surroundings, remarkable heritage, staggering  [...]

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    Miracle Of Bazaruto Archipelago

    28. December 2009

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    Miracle Of Bazaruto Archipelago
    You might have visited many islands that are eco-friendly and gives you pleasure. In fact, the features might be very attractive with deep blue sky, crystal clean water, exotic beauty of the nature, greenery etc. But what you have not visited and experienced is the mind-blowing site called Bazaruto Archipelago. It’s a group of five islands that include Bazaruto, Benguerra, Magaruque, Bangue and Santa Carolina which is also called as Paradise Island. This group increases the glory of Mozambique that lies close to the mainland city of Vilankulo. These islands were created from sand deposits of Limpopo River that now has moved its course. No wonder, this is a wonderful location for tourists who loves adventure and nature as well. This site offers sandy beaches, coral reefs and also activities  [...]

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    Zambezi River And Its Expediency

    10. December 2009

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    Fourth largest river in Africa, Zambezi can be termed as the best panoramic and most adventurous river in the continent that flanks six countries. If you raft the torrents of this river along with a length gauging equipment, this river will measure around 3,540 kilometers. Natural Boundary Commencing from the north-west region of Zambia, it flows in a double S shape to finally merge with the immense Indian Ocean. The source is located at an altitude of 5000 feet above sea level. It gushes through the eastern edges of Angola, kisses the western coast of Zambia, soaks the north-eastern margin of Namibia, and washes the minute portion of Botswana, which is an intersection of four countries of Zambia, Zimbabwe, Namibia, and Botswana. It surges, subsequently, to form a frontier between  [...]

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