Travelling to Mozambique


Getting to and around Mozambique with Rhino Africa


There are regular flights from South Africa to Maputo and you can also jet there from  Dar es Salaam or Nairobi. There are direct flights to the Bazaruto Archipelago (in the middle of the country) and the Quirimbas Archipelago (in the far north) from South Africa. 

The local airline LAM (Linhas Aéreas de Moçambique) operates 3 weekly flights to Nampula, Pemba from Dar es Salaam and 2 weekly flights from Nairobi. Flights from Dar operate every Tue, Thu and Sat and from Nairobi operate every Tue and Sat. The airport departure tax for international flights is US$20. 

You can also self-drive from South Africa. Many visitors opt to combine a safari in the Kruger National Park with time on Mozambique's beaches. The road from Johannesburg, via Nelspruit, to Mozambique is well-tarred and the border crossing is at Komatipoort/Ressano Garcia. You can get visas upon arrival though most travellers arrange them before. The more adventurous travellers could even sail a dhow down the coast from East Africa!

From the 19th of June 2014 Airlink will fly twice a week from Nelspruit Kruger Airport to Vilanculos in Mozambique. This flight will make it easy for travellers to combine bush holidays with beach holidays.

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