Mozambique - Maputo


The capital city of Mozambique and financial hub of the country is Maputo. By far the largest city in Mozambique, this bustling port is home to almost two million residents. Known as “the city of Acacias” due to the large amounts of the trees found in this region, it is rich in Portuguese infrastructure and charm. Maputo boasts great city beaches and small islands to explore.

Activities in Maputo include going on a “hop on hop off” train that stops at the main attractions in the city and is a two hour ride. Going to the Natural History museum is a highlight if you want to obtain a better understanding of Mozambican culture. The Old Portuguese Fort is also a place worth visiting if you enjoy history, it is a popular landmark amongst tourists due to its striking architecture. If you enjoy fishing then there are many excursions and charters on offer, there are options available at the port and if you speak to locals. Restaurants with the finest of seafood delicacies also dominate the city, with Portuguese spices and flare, it’s cuisine that will make seafood lovers mouths water.

Maputo has many attractions on offer so let Ashanti Travel Online arrange your trip to this outstanding African capital.

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2207, 2016

Tips on How to Prevent Malaria

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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