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“Enjoyed seeing Mozambique and Maputo for the first time”
“I’ve had a really good time with All Out and would definitely recommend it to others, the staff are so kind and helpful.”
Julia BombachKruger to Cape
“Excellent driving, most obliging driver”
“Friendly, helpful staff that knows what they are talking about.”
William SjovikMarine Research
|Maputo, MZ (Komatipoort or Swaziland departure)|
|Starting at R1945|
|Dates may vary by month|
Maputo Day Tour | 1 Day
This tour covers the most iconic landmarks of Maputo in just one day. Visit the Samora Machel statue located on the Tunduro Gardens beside the famous Iron House. Travel to Maputo Central Station near the Worker’s Square and enjoy a stop at Maputo’s Natural History Museum. Explore the various craft markets and take a stroll on Costa Do Sol beach. To end off, be treated o a lovely fresh fish feast at Maputo’s fish market. Maputo is an incredible city with many challenges but an infectious vibrancy and an alluring and exciting afro-latino cultural mix which is so different from its neighboring cities and countries!
After a devasting civil war that lasted almost 30 years, Mozambique has emerged as a peaceful democratic country transformed by heroic wartime leaders. The tour begins by traveling to Mozambique’s capital city, Maputo, where you have the chance to discover and explore many of Mozambique’s iconic landmarks. The statue of Mozambique’s first president, Samora Moises Machel, which is located on the lush Tuduro Gardens, is first on the list. Visit the Casa Do Ferro (Iron House) Built in 1892 by Alexandre Gustave Eiffel with the intention of accommodating the Governor at the time. However, because it is made entirely of Iron and because of Mozambique’s high temperatures, no one has ever inhabited it. An eye-catching central dome and marble pillars lead to the next stop, again one of Eiffel’s works of art- the Maputo Central Station. Take in the view of the Praca Dos Trabalhadores (Workers Square) which is located across the Maputo Central Station. Travel along scenic garden routes to your next destination, the Maputo Natural Historic Museum where you will have the opportunity to learn about the natural history of Maputo as well as get the chance to view figures of various animals action throughout the museum. Explore the various craft markets while taking a stroll through Maputo’palm-dotteded Costa do Sol beach, ending off the tour with the finest fresh fist feast in Maputo’s fish market.
- Malaria area
- Currency is Metical (mts)
- Bring clothing for warm weather (can rain in summer months)
- Bring hat & sun cream
- Visa is obtainable at the border if not already pre-organised at an embassy.
Scheduled Start Dates (2019)
Daily on-demand – subject to availability (min of 2 persons)
Departure time will be confirmed before the day of departure but is generally early morning with a return in the late evening. Pick up’s from accommodations are included by must be within a certain geographic area (Mbabane/Ezulwini/Manzini) and must be pre-arranged.
Important Note: We offer tailor-made trips of any length on any date if these dates don’t work for you please contact us via the “BOOK NOW!” tab. (min 4 people)
- Guided Tour of Maputo city
- Fort (entry fee not included)
Note: Please note that Visas are not included
INCLUDED IN FEE
- All transport to and from Maputo and within the city
- Visits to iconic landmarks (Samora Machel statue, Iron House, Maputo Central Station, Natural History Museum, Costa Do Sol beach
- Experienced guide (no entry fees are included)
- Guides meals are included
Inquire with the manager or email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the All Out Africa Adventure Tours Office on (+268) 2528 3423 or use the contact form below!
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