An African Tropical Treasure
Picture tropical archipelagos, stunning white beaches, turquoise coloured warm seas complete with palm trees and a coral rich coast. This is exactly what you can expect to experience from an incentive trip to Mozambique in Southern Africa.
Off the coast of this former Portuguese colony lies Bazaruto, a collection of remote and luxurious private islands in the warm Indian Ocean waiting to be explored. Between endless beaches of pristine white sand, clear waters and tropical vegetation, you will be transported to a true African island style paradise.
Enjoy horseback riding along the beaches, discover the seabed full of tropical treasures on a snorkelling expedition or take a dive with the dolphins to truly appreciate the delicate unspoilt marine ecosystems. Adventure activities include dune boarding off the highest sand dunes on the archipelago. Finally, no trip to Mozambique is complete without embarking on a traditional “dhow” safari as you sail through the peaceful waters away into the sunset.
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The Bazaruto Archipelago is protected and is home to rare wildlife. Take to the waters in a traditional wooden dhow cruise in Mozambique as Indian Ocean seafarers have done for centuries. Spot five species of dolphin, humpback whales, hammerhead and Zambezi sharks, hawksbill and loggerhead turtles, and the most elusive of all, the dugong.
The island topography is unique, with the interior home to freshwater lakes, grasslands and rolling dunes. At over 100 metres in height for some, the dunes make the ideal island adventure. Slide downhill at breakneck speed for a thrilling experience, or opt for gentler slopes; either way, it makes for an exciting incentive activity.
Adventures at Sea
Head out to sea for the ultimate diving, snorkelling and deep-sea fishing in Mozambique. Explore below the ocean's surface, with snorkelling and diving expeditions year-round in balmy, clear waters. Discover protected coral reefs that hundreds of species call home and soak in the wonders of the Bazaruto Archipelago.