Travel warnings are currently in place for Mozambique as there have been increasing attacks between the government and RENAMO, the opposition, since August 2016. If you are still planning on travelling, please keep up to date with the situation and use caution. Once the situation is safer for travel, what can you expect when you get there? Mozambique has some of the most beautiful, unspoilt beaches, stretching for around 2,500km, leaving plenty of room for everyone to have their own patch of sand. The sparklingly clear ocean is perfect for watersports, like snorkelling, sailing and diving, and when you’ve done that to your heart’s content, there’s still plenty to see in the cities and inland. Gorongosa National Park will create special memories to treasure with the chance to see buffalo, zebra, hippos, elephants, and maybe even lions. Visit Niassa Reserve for more elephants, buffalo, wildebeest and the endangered African wild dog, and call into Pemba city for the local market to buy souvenirs, art and handmade items.