As part of Southern Africa, Mozambique is a spoil for choice to leisure tourists. With a coastline that stretches for over 2500 km, there are multiple beaches for all sorts of leisure activities. From luxury lodges to resort hotels, visitors are drawn to the layback lifestyle along the coastal area of this country. But they are not the only ones. The rich African culture that’s reflected in Music, art, and dishes is another striking feature that attracts cultural tourists. Historians and eco-tourists can spend time at Pemba and Gorongosa National Park respectively.
The unique national dish is not something you can overlook. Xima is a dish prepared by local novice familiar with its recipe. And the secret here is the type of maize used as the flour.
Lastly, from the list of Mozambique national festivals, most of them have traditional music elements. Therefore, you can consider attending the FORR festival in September. Or try Tambo International Art Camp where cultural diversity is the theme of the day. With music, theater, and dance as ways to express it.