Inhambane Province in Mozambique, from Africa region, is best know for Art Galleries. Discover best things to do in Inhambane Province with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Inhambane Province
4.5 based on 121 reviews
Machilla Magic is a 'Fair Trade Tourism' Certified community project that works with over 60 artists and their families in Vilankulo (Mozambique) and its surrounding area. We have a wide range of diverse arts and crafts, 95% of which are made from recycled materials. We work on a Fair Trade system with our Artists and all raw materials are harvested in a sustainable way. Prices start at less than one US Dollar.
We loved our visit to this lovely curio shop. We found it quite difficult to find quality, reasonably priced gifts at the market stalls and this little shop had everything we wanted at fair prices. Our attendant Luca was sweet and very helpful even offering...MoreThank so much, what a wonderful review, we so appreciate you visiting us, and glad you enjoyed the experience. We look forward to your next visit to Vilankulo. The Machilla Magic Family :)
4.5 based on 199 reviews
5 based on 53 reviews
After spending a perfect day on Bazaruto island I understand now why it is called the "Pearl of the Indian Ocean'. It truly is an untouched paradise, Mile after mile of deserted sandy Beaches. Breathtakingly beautiful!!
4.5 based on 47 reviews
Truly African experience out there and amazing Beaches combined with few tourists wonderful seafood and happy people. The draw back is when travelling around you must be diligent with the police and army who often take bribes to allow you to pass through road blocks on your journey. When approached I would say we had limited funds but could arrange for the British Embassy to contact them and pay any fines or expenses as we were staying as guests of diplomats and UK government. Usually worked if all else fails talk about football most support team Manchester United.
4 based on 57 reviews
The beach is ok, I prefer the beach at Tofo. The problem with this area is thats theres too many students / guys that think they own the place. They have a bad attitude and treat the locals very badly. So we packed up and headed to Tofo beach - where the people are much more laid back and you can experience the true Mozambique life style.
5 based on 14 reviews
Each week Marine Megafauna Foundation holds 3 different hour-long talks: | Manta Monday at Dathonga - 6pm - 200 Metical pp | Whale Shark Wednesday at Tofo Do Mar Hotel - 6pm - 200 Metical pp | Free Friday at Casa de Comer - 6pm - Free entry | Come along to find out more about marine megafauna and why ongoing research is critical to their protection. All funds raised from the talks go directly back into our research and conservation programs to protect marine megafauna.
These little lectures are organized three times a week and delivered by very young and expert students or scientist directly involved in the field. They are very informative and pleasant to listen to. They are alternatively held at the Casa de Comer Restaurant.
I personally followed one on humpback whales and one on the leopard shark and learned something new on both occasions. They normally last 45 to 60 mins and there is plenty of room for questions.
4.5 based on 17 reviews
We enjoyed a wonderful day out to Margaruque Island and must say the setting is total paradise. Unfortunately there is a lot of rubbish strewn within the vegetation and around the more common picnic areas. The island gives you that Robinson Crusoe feeling and it's only the rubbish that let's you know you are still on a piece of earth shared by billions of other people.
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