Mozambique a country warm, with beautiful places and exotic beaches, with miles of fine white sand undiscovered. Its archipelagos contain stories and legends that are still respected from generation to generation. But its charm comes not only from its exotic places or landscapes or environment of their cities, but a contrast in the land and the people who are born and live with passion and intensity.
We invite you to take time to browse each single page of this website and explore all landscapes and attractions that make Mozambique so special.
In Mozambique, the provinces are the main subdivisions of the country and are led by a governor appointed by the president. The provincial government is composed by provincial directors, who are appointed by the governor, upon proposal of the minister responsible.
Divided into three main regions, you can get all the characteristics of each province, giving you space to learn enough about the conditions at the place which you want to visit.
The entry of any foreigner in Republic of Mozambique is regulated by law, except foreign nationals from countries with agreements or abolition of visa, any foreigner who wants to enter in Mozambique shall obtain their entry visa in places officially designated.
Entry visas for the Republic of Mozambique can be obtained at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, the Diplomatic and Consular Missions of the Republic of Mozambique abroad, the Immigration Service and border crossing authorized.
For movement within the country, whether by car or not, it is imperative to have one of following documents
Personal identification (passport, visa or photocopies)
Driving license (if driving)
Car insurance valid in the country
Temporary import license (it is mandatory for trailers, boats and caravans)
The Civil Police uniform is gray and the Transit Police is blue and white. The Civil Police usually asks to inspect your documents – Passport and visa’s validity or DIRE (If resident alien). If you are stopped by the police, remember that kindness and patience are important.
It is illegal to drink and drive at the same time and it is advisable to drive only during the day on rural roads. The use of seat belts is mandatory and must dispose of your car emergency triangles.
Amount the street are petrol for 24h, however, to drive on secondary roads, it is advisable to ensure that it has enough fuel to reach the destination. The road access to some of the provincial cities depends on the weather; please get much information about the roads which you want to use before you leave.
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