Mozambique is home to Bazaratu and known for its beaches, coral reefs and globally recognised seagrass meadows. Occupied by Sultans in the 10th century and later colonised by the Portuguese, Mozambique’s history is diverse.
Horseback ride through islands, sandboarding the dunes and meet with local tribes to spearfish. Sail the Western Indian ocean alongside conservationists for the opportunity to encounter one of the last Dugong populations and explore coral reefs as you swim with devil rays, manta rays and nesting turtles. Helicopter into the sky to spot dolphins, whale migrations and recline into a variety of luxury stays in the evening.