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Major cities and airports in Mozambique

  1. Maputo – Maputo International Airport
  2. Beira – Beira Airport
  3. Nampula – Nampula Airport
  4. Tete – Chingozi Airport
  5. Pemba – Pemba Airport

Time and Communication

Mozambique operates on Central Africa Time (CAT) year-round. Major telecom providers include Vodacom, Movitel, and mCel, ensuring good mobile coverage in urban areas, while rural areas may have spotty service.

Money and shopping

The official currency is the Mozambican metical (MZN), and the exchange rate is approximately 1 USD to 75 MZN. Payments are typically made in local currency, but credit card payments, particularly Visa and MasterCard, are also widely accepted in urban areas. Exchange offices typically operate during regular business hours.


Public transportation in Mozambique includes chapas (minibuses) and taxis. Car rentals are also available, although road conditions can be challenging outside major cities. For long distances, domestic flights are available.

Touristic attractions

  • Bazaruto Archipelago: A group of six islands, renowned for their unspoiled beauty, rich marine life and popular activities such as diving, snorkeling, and bird watching.
  • Maputo Special Reserve: Known for its elephants, the reserve also provides habitat for antelopes, zebras, and other wildlife.
  • Gorongosa National Park: It is at the southern end of the Great African Rift Valley with a variety of wildlife.
  • Ilha de Moçambique: The former capital of Mozambique, it is a UNESCO World Heritage site with Portuguese colonial architecture and historical sites.
  • Lake Niassa: Shared with Malawi and Tanzania, it is the ninth largest lake in the world and a hotspot for biodiversity.
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