Mozambique Tofu

TOFO

If sundowners at a charming beach café, indulging in the finest of seafood cuisine and swimming in tranquil turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean appeals to you, then the quaint town of Tofo is the place you are looking for. Situated in the south eastern part of Mozambique, just a 6 hour drive from Maputo, this former fishing village is a prime tourist destination for those wanting a relaxed beach vacation.

The idyllic holiday town is known for hosting the largest numbers of whale sharks in the world, so diving with these majestic beasts is a main highlight amongst visitors. Other marine life such as manta rays, dolphins, hammerhead sharks, stingrays and turtles are also regularly spotted. During whale season (from June through to November) humpback whales are seen in impressive numbers as they have an annual migration to and from Antarctica.

Tofo activities include venturing to the African vegetable market close to town, sunset horse rides on the beach, whale watching, unwinding in one of the many vibrant bars and restaurants as well as going on an ocean safari where you are able to get close to friendly bottle nose dolphins. For adventure seekers, it would be encouraged to go surfing at the rocky point which has a respectable swell or spearfishing in the warm azure ocean.

Ashanti Travel Online will be able to arrange the best overland travel excursions to this charismatic beach town.

mozambique tofo
2207, 2016

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July 22nd, 2016|Categories: Adventure Tours, Botswana, Budget Safaris, Day Tours, Destinations, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, News, Overland Tours, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Travel Advice, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Nearly half of our planets population (more than 3 billion people) are living in high, medium or low risk malaria areas. Even though there has been a massive progress in curing and preventing this disease, it still causes many deaths each year and unfortunately most of them are here in Africa. When you’re on a holiday you really don’t want to have to worry about something as unpleasant as malaria, but at the same time you want to keep the risk of contracting the disease as low as possible. Here are a few steps to help prevent Malaria:  ABC(D)- prevention Awareness of the risk. [...]

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