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Visum questions














Remember, visa requirements can change, so always check with official sources or Mozambican embassies/consulates for the most up-to-date information.

Safety questions


Yes, Mozambique is generally safe for tourists. We're here to provide individual advice for your specific travel plans.

You can apply at a Mozambican embassy or consulate, or sometimes online through the eVisa system.

Petty crime exists in some urban areas. Our team can offer practical tips to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience.

Malaria is prevalent. Consult your doctor and connect with us for guidance on health precautions.

Yes, vaccinations like yellow fever and malaria prophylaxis are recommended. We can help you navigate the necessary health measures.

Road conditions vary. Let us assist you in understanding road safety guidelines and driving tips.

Mozambique has had periods of political instability. We're here to keep you informed and provide guidance on current situations.

Travelers should be aware of the potential for natural disasters like hurricanes/ cyclones and stay informed about weather conditions and safety measures in the region.

Some visitors may need to show proof of yellow fever vaccination.

Not everyhwere. It's safer to drink bottled water. Get in touch with us for local insights on water and food safety.

Yes, children generally require their own visa regardless of age.

Validity varies depending on visa type and purpose of visit.

Remember, your safety and peace of mind are our top priorities. Feel free to reach out to us for personalized advice, recommendations, and assistance throughout your journey in Mozambique.


Money questions

The official currency is the Mozambican Metical (MZN). For exchange rates and tips, don't hesitate to get in touch with us.

Some places accept foreign currencies, but it's advisable to have local currency. Contact us for recommendations on currency exchange options.

You can exchange money at banks, exchange bureaus, and some hotels. Feel free to ask us for the best places to exchange currency.

Credit cards are accepted in larger cities and tourist areas. Let us help you plan for areas where cash may be necessary.

ATMs are available in urban areas. We can provide guidance on the availability of ATMs and cash withdrawal limits.

There might be restrictions on the amount of currency you can bring in or take out. Reach out to us for current regulations.

Budgets can vary based on travel style. We can provide an estimated daily budget range for different types of travelers.

Yes, haggling is common in markets. We can offer advice on negotiating and finding fair prices.

Tipping is appreciated but not always mandatory. We can guide you on customary tipping practices.

Use hotel safes and carry minimal valuables. We can provide advice on keeping your belongings secure.

Feel free to connect with us for tailored advice and insights regarding managing money during your stay in Mozambique. Your financial peace of mind is our priority.


Cuisine questions

Mozambican cuisine is a delightful blend of African, Portuguese, and Indian influences. Contact us for recommendations on must-try dishes.

Yes, many restaurants offer vegetarian options. We can help you find suitable places to dine.

It's safer to drink bottled water and avoid ice in drinks. Connect with us for advice on safe eating and drinking practices.

Yes, in larger cities and tourist areas. Tofo specifically offers Italian, Japanese and American inspired foods. We can guide you to restaurants offering diverse cuisines.

Seafood, rice, coconut, cashews, and peri-peri chili are commonly used. Reach out for insights into local ingredients.

Street food can be safe if from reputable vendors. Markets are a great way to experience local flavors. Contact us for market recommendations.

Some places can accommodate dietary restrictions. We can help you communicate your needs effectively.

Many dishes incorporate peri-peri chili, adding heat. We can recommend milder options if desired. Local restaurants usually add a bottle of sauce on the table.

Tipping is appreciated but not always mandatory. We can guide you on customary tipping practices.

Opt for cooked foods and avoid tap water. We can provide tips on minimizing food-related risks.

Feel free to connect with us for tailored advice and recommendations regarding food and dining experiences in Mozambique. We're here to ensure your culinary journey is both enjoyable and safe.

General questions


Mozambique is located on the southeastern coast of Africa. 

The official language is Portuguese. And more than 40 local languages talked throughout the whole country.

The dry season from May to October is ideal for most travelers. This is also the annual migration of the Humpback Whales.

Most visitors require a visa. Contact us for the latest visa requirements and assistance with the application process.

Mozambique has a tropical climate with warm temperatures year-round. We can provide you with detailed weather insights.

The currency is Mozambican Metical (MZN). If you need help with currency exchange or financial matters, we're here to assist.

Mozambique is in Central Africa Time (CAT). We can help you plan activities based on local time.

Greeting locals with respect is important.

Voltage is 220-240V, and plugs are type C, F, and M. We can help you with power-related questions.

Options include taxis, buses, and rental cars. Contact us for transportation advice and local recommendations.

General questions

Cuando investigas en internet sobre viajar a Mozambique y Sudáfrica normalmente encuentras información variada, sin embargo, no siempre es acertada. Desde Mozambique Experience te recomendamos el siguiente material aconsejado para el viaje.

  • Pasaporte (con vigencia mínima de 6 meses y mínimo 2 páginas en blanco)

  • Visados adecuados para Mozambique y/ o Sudáfrica

  • Carnet de conducir

  • Tarjetas de crédito / débito

  • Dinero en efectivo

  • Información de los contactos de emergencia

  • Seguro de viaje

  • Seguro medico

  • Libro de vacunas

  • Tratamiento profiláctico de la malaria

  • Repelente de mosquitos

  • PCR negativo para la entrada en el país

  • Cámaras de fotografía y/ o videografía con respectivos cargadores

  • Teléfono y cargador

  • Adaptadores para tomas eléctricas (para Sudáfrica se pueden comprar a la llegada)

  • Ropa de verano y de abrigo, dependiendo de la época del año

  • Botella para agua u otras bebidas (1- 1.5lt)

  • Mochila (25- 35lt) 

  • Protector solar, gorra, sombrero, y gafas de sol

  • Gotas hidratantes para los ojos

  • Medicamentos necesarios de cada uno

  • Kit de primeros auxilios portátil

  • Equipo de buceo:

    • Chaleco

    • Regulador

    • Aletas

    • Escarpines

    • Máscara y tubo

    • Traje húmedo o seco (contacta con nosotros para más información)

    • Guantes

    • Boya de superficie

    • Linterna

    • Ordenador.

Posibilidad de alquiler de material en los varios destinos con reserva previa.


  • Titulaciones de buceo (incluyendo Nitrox)

  • Chaqueta impermeable y/o cortavientos para salidas en zodiac

  • Bolsa estanca (cámara y otro material seco)

  • Pastillas antimareo

  • Cámara

    • Carcasas

    • Cargadores

    • Tarjetas de memoria

    • Kkits extras necesarios

  • Ropa apropiada

    • Preferiblemente de color neutro

    • Nota: bajas temperaturas durante las primeras horas de la mañana
  • Calzado cómodo (en el caso de safari a pie)

  • Prismáticos

  • Cámaras

    • Cargadores

    • tarjetas de memória

    • Extras

  • Linterna


  • Backpack or daypack for excursions

  • Reusable water bottle

  • Travel towel (quick-drying)

  • Travel pillow

  • Binocular harness or strap

  • Ziplock bags for storing snacks and electronics

  • Notebook and pen

  • Pocketknife or multi-tool

  • Travel insurance documents

  • Printed copies of important travel documents

Optional Items:

  • Bird and wildlife identification book

  • Field guide for local plants and animals

  • Travel games or reading material

  • Hat with a chin strap for windy conditions

safari lis

Siguiendo la iniciativa de un grupo anterior, os animamos a cada uno de vosotros a reservar 1kg de vuestro equipaje para material de donación (ropa, libros, material escolar, material deportivo, medicamentos). ¡No es obligatorio! Pero es muy satisfactorio ir un día a un poblado local y donarlo a la gente.


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