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Northern Mozambique

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Northern Mozambique is a region in Mozambique.


  • Cabo Delgado province
  • Nampula province


  • Cuamba - in Niassa Province, mostly used as a transport hub, as it is on the railway line from Nacala Port to Malawi (throw Entre-Lagos a small village of Mecanhelas district) and Lichinga
  • Ilha de Mozambique - was the capital of the country under Portuguese rule, now a quiet and beautifully atmospheric island town in Nampula Province. It is a World Heritage Site.
  • Lichinga - a temperate town with an international airport, it is the capital of Niassa Province
  • Metangula - a wonderful small town on the shores of Lake Malawi (Lake Niassa) in Niassa Province, the administrative centre for the Lake District and the gate way to Cobue and the Manda Wilderness Project.
  • Pemba in Cabo Delgado Province, well-known for its beaches and potential for scuba diving, and has an international airport receiving flights from nearby African countries
  • Nampula a non-descript town in Nampula Province, the largest in the north of the country, but with little of interest to the traveler

Other destinations[edit]

  • Quirimbas Islands - a chain of nearly 30 beautiful islands, part of the Quirimbas National Park
  • Lake Niassa - Untouched and unexplored REAL Africa, crytal clear waters and sugar white sands.
  • Medjumbe - private island 1 hour north of Pemba by aircraft
  • Niassa Game Reserve - a truly wild part of Africa, ideal for the adventurous traveller.



Get in[edit]

Get around[edit]

Cabo Delgado Car rental -






Stay safe[edit]

Get out[edit]

  • Malawi - from Cobue it's sometimes possible to take a dhow to Likoma Island where you can catch an onward ferry to the Malawian mainland or a charter flight to Lilongwe.

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