Northern Mozambique can be seen to be one of the world’s last true wildernesses. The Querimba Archipelago is formed by 27 islands between Pemba, which is the port capital of the Cabo Delgado region, and the Rio Rovuma, the river that forms the border with Tanzania. With pristine white beaches, palms, sand dunes, inland lakes and all surrounded by crystal clear waters Northern Mozambique offers a vast selection for the intrepid traveller. In addition to the stunning scenery offered, it also boasts the mammoth Niassa Reserve, home to a wide selection of wildlife including elephant, sable antelope, lion, leopard, spotted hyena and the elusive African wild dog. The newly created Quirimbas National Park offers abundant opportunity to spot the infamous African fish eagle while kayaking along the tapered waterways of the traditional African mangroves. Travel to Northern Mozambique and discover a remote and beautiful paradise that is one of the last undiscovered jewels of Africa.
To the West it borders Lake Niassa, with its pristine beaches, this fresh water lake is a must for travelers who seek more. It is truely remote where Manda Wilderness reaches up to the Lake.
South - Eastern Tanzania and Northern Mozambique do not attract mass tourism thus making it very appealing for those who would like to experience very individualised services.