Family Island Hopping Kayak Safari in Mozambique
Family Mozambique Highlights
Set departure or tailor made holidays to a truly remote island getaway
Snorkel, swim, kayak, walk and explore the Quirimbas Archipelago
Interact with the local culture on Ibo Island and learn the fascinating history
Sleep in luxury eco camps on remote, uninhabited starlit tropical island
Family Mozambique overview
This 7 night Mozambique holiday offers the best of both worlds. Stay in the lap of luxury in the exclusive Ibo Lodge and you have the opportunity to sail the Indian Ocean in a traditional Arab dhow, camping with all the comforts on remote and uninhabited tropical islands.
Explore from one island to another in the awesome Quirimbas Archipelago in northern Mozambique. You can tailor make your own mobile island hopping experience to your exact specifications or you can join one of the set departure itineraries. This island hopping delight caters for the discerning adventurer seeking a unique and luxury island experience in one of the most magical places in Africa.
Under the expert leadership of pro guides and local crew explore the coastline fringed by tropical islands on a sturdy motorised 11 meter Arab dhow. Sea kayak or sail up the wide coastal river mouths teeming with endemic bird species and pristine mangrove forests. Snorkel off deserted white sandbanks and into turquoise sea, and sleep in mobile eco camps under the stars on idyllic tropical islands.
10 days from £2,750 per adult including international flights and from £1,690 per child including international flights.
When to go
The whole country broadly follows a southern African weather pattern, with the rains falling largely between December and March. By around April or May the rains subside, the sun comes out and the humidity drops – better weather spreads gradually from the south to the north.
June to October is the dry season, with often perfect tropical weather: clear skies, plenty of sun and almost no rain. This is the best time for most people to visit Mozambique. Although still tropical, June, July and August are Mozambique's coolest months. During September and October it remains dry as daytime temperatures climb, though it cools down a lot at night. November is a less predictable month.
The weather does vary a little between the north and south of the country, with the rains lasting a few weeks longer in the north than the south, but the pattern is the same.
This is only a suggested itinerary; we are able to offer various activities and accommodation options making Mozambique very affordable. Steppes Travel specialises in tailor-made holidays so please do not hesitate to contact us if you wish to discuss your own travel ideas with one of our Africa experts on 01285 650 011.
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