Cheap flights from Mozambique

The Republic of Mozambique is a country in Southeast Africa. It is surrounded by the Indian Ocean in the east, Zimbabwe to the west, Tanzania in the north, and Swaziland and South Africa in the southwest. It is divided into 10 provinces, plus Maputo, the capital city in the far south, and are grouped into three regions: northern Mozambique (Cabo Delgado, Nampula, and Niassa), Central Mozambique (Manica, Sofala, and Tete and Zembézia), and Southern Mozambique (Gaza, Inhambane Vilankulo and the Bazaruto National Sea Park, and Maputo). Almost half of the country’s population resides in the north-central provinces Zambezia and Nampula, making them the most populous areas.

Where to go

From historical sites to natural attractions and rich African fauna, Mozambique has a lot to offer. Maputo, considered as the most developed area in Mozambique, has Portuguese-era buildings and Mediterranean-style architecture, making it one of the most attractive capitals in Africa. There’s also Ilha de Mozambique, a UNESCO World Heritage site that offers a mix of colonial Portuguese and old Swahili architecture. The area is divided into two: the old Stone Town in the north and the Reed Town in the south. Tourists can go to the museum for street maps and information on various establishments, as well as the fort, which serves as home to the Church of Nossa Senhora do Baluarte, considered as the oldest surviving European building in the southern hemisphere.

Visitors from Maputo can fly to Johannesburg, the largest city in the eastern plateau in South Africa. This modern city is considered as an economic powerhouse, with its many central districts. It has a big role in South Africa’s commercial, financial, and industrial efforts. The central business district is a large area that houses numerous skyscrapers including the Carlton Centre, Marble Towers, Trust Bank Building, Ponte City Apartments, and Southern Life Centre. Explore some of Africa’s tallest structures in Johannesburg, including the Sentech Tower, Hillbrow Tower, the Carlton Centre, and Ponte City Apartments.

Johannesburg is one of the greenest cities in the world. Enjoy the outdoors with parks and gardens that are maintained by the City Parks and Zoo. One of the popular recreational parks is the Johannesburg Botanical Garden which is located in the suburb of Emmarentia.

From Maputo, visitors can travel to Lisbon, Portugal’s capital and largest city. Considered as one of the oldest cities in the world, Lisbon is home to the Monsanto Forest Park (Parque Florestal de Monsanto) at the westernmost part. It is one of the largest urban parks in Europe. Explore the cobblestoned streets of Alfama, the oldest district of Lisbon. It’s a historical area that has been mixed with modernising trends. Visit its numerous bars, restaurants, and small shops. Visitors can likewise visit Praça do Comércio, a riverfront square that showcases 18th-century arcades and the equestrian statue of Dom José I. The square is a historical site, a witness to the fall of monarchy when anarchists killed Dom Carlos I and his son.

How to get out

Three kilometres from the Maputo lies the Maputo International Airport, or the Lourenço Marques Airport. It is the hub for LAM Mozambique Airlines and Kaya Airlines. Most of the airport’s destinations are in Africa, though there are flights going to Lisbon, Portugal, and Doha.

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