Have you ever thought of visiting Mozambique’s third-largest city and one of cultural and historical interest? Surrounded by open plains and rocky outcrops, the city of Nampula, in the centre of Nampula Province, lies tucked in the rolling hills and rising mountains of the interior of Mozambique.
Top Business Packages
If you are a businessman, you will appreciate the small international airport that connects Nampula to Nairobi and Johannesburg. Use Nampula as a base from which to visit the north of Mozambique. Most business package deals are all-inclusive to make your life easier – comfy accommodation, all meals, conference facilities and some great activities.
Easy Holiday Plans
Booking a holiday to Nampula has never been easier – choose from various Mozambique accommodation establishments that suit your taste and pocket including luxury hotels, guest lodges, B&Bs and self-catering venues. Explore the spectacular scenery of wide open spaces and rocky outcrops as well as the rugged and mostly pristine coast where some small villages and earthy beach lodges have been established.
Boats to Mozambique Island
Holidaying in Nampula is like travelling off the beaten track – it can be time-consuming but once you are there, be grateful for the remoteness and beauty that surrounds you. Enjoy a popular day trip on a cruise out to Ilha de Mozambique, or Mozambique Island, only 3km offshore. Check out the fascinating ruins of ‘Stone Town’, grand old buildings that were built from the coral rock on the island. The island was once an important trading link between Asia and Europe for slaves, spices, pottery and gold.
The most impressive building on Ilha de Mozambique is the imposing Fort São Sebastião, which stands on the northern tip of the island. Many agree that this commanding, defensive structure, built with limestone shipped from Lisbon, is the most formidable fortress in Africa.