Tofo Beach, Mozambique

Tofo Beach, Mozambique


Tofo, a small town in Mozambique set right on the Indian

Why now?

When you think of travelling to Africa, pearl-white sands and
pristine turquoise waters might not immediately spring to mind. But
Tofo Beach is an untouched paradise. You won’t find any large
resorts here, but you will find world-class surfing spots,
breathtaking views and heart-warming people. The area is not geared
up for tourists, so the beach itself is incredibly peaceful – get
there before everyone else does.

When to go?

Between May and November for slightly cooler temperatures and
less chance of rain.

Who to take with you?

The person you’d most likely to be stranded on a desert island

Most likely to bump into?

Local fisherman – probably catching your lunch.

Don’t miss

Get your own cabana and enjoy a massage right on the water’s
edge, go scuba diving with whale sharks, or drive a quad bike
through the sand dunes behind the shore. And when you get hungry,
walk to one of the few restaurants sprinkled along the coast, where
you’ll find caught-this-morning seafood and fresh smoothies.

Within a short walk you can find…

Check out a beautiful all-white boutique hotel called Tofo Mar and the surrounding downtown area, which
offers plenty in the way of art and culture. The rhythm of
Mozambique is sure to stay with you long after you’ve left.

How to get there

Fly to Johannesburg and then catch a domestic flight to

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