Golden, glittering beaches and green, lush islands characterize Mozambique’s stunning 1550 mile coastline. For ocean enthusiasts, diving and snorkeling among its many coral reefs and deepsea fishing are among the many water activities. An estimated 2,000 species of fish occur here, most notably the massive whale shark. Other sea life includes the dugong, several species of dolphin, humpback whales, turtles and manta rays. Marine parks include Quirimbas National Park and Bazaruto National Park.
And to top it off are exquisite properties offering barefoot luxury. All these factors make a visit here a great beginning or ending to a safari in East or Southern Africa.
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