Do I need a visa to visit Mozambique?

Please refer to the Travel Requirement page for an in-depth answer to this question.


Do I need to take anti-malaria medication when visiting Mozambique?

Yes, as Mozambique is considered an all-year-round destination that has a malaria risk across the country


What language is spoken in Mozambique?

The official language of Mozambique is Portuguese. The staff at hotels and lodges speak English. Other local languages include Swahili, Makhuwa, Sena, Ndau and Shangaan (Tsonga).


What time zone does Mozambique operate on?

Local time in Mozambique is GMT +2


Can I drink the tap water in Mozambique?

Water in Mozambique is safe for bathing. We recommend that you use bottled water for drinking during your trip.


What is the tipping policy in Mozambique?

It is generally 10% at Restaurants and staff do appreciate tips for good service across several hospitality entities


Is there Internet connectivity outside of the Cities?

Most accommodation facilities are wi-fi enabled. It is however wise to confirm this before booking if it is an essential on your visit.


What is the level of crime in Mozambique?

Crime has mainly been associated with petty muggings. It is wise to have all your belongings well managed on your trip. Utilize in-room safes and do not leave valuables lying around.