Mozambique holds the longest stretch of Indian Ocean coastline in Africa with some of the most unspoiled beachfront. 2600km of mostly unexplored and often unnamed beaches make this a destination for backpackers and eco-tourists. Among these beaches two has already becoming an attraction due to the presence of some kind of touristic infrastructure: Tofo Beach and Vilanculos which lies in front of the magnificent Bazaruto ArchipelagoRead More
Malawi is a land of surprises. After visiting the beautiful Liwonde National Park, an unexpected great Safari Park, we headed south to Mulanje, a small village at the border with Mozambique. We certainly didn't expect to be able to do trekking in Malawi! Instead we discovered that the village is surmounted by the huge, majestic Mulanje Massif, an astonishing group of mountain which raise from the surrounding plateau more than 2000m peaking at 3002m in its highest point, Sapitwa PeakRead More
Malawi isn’t exaclty the first country in Africa to pop up in internet searches when it comes to Safaris, and so we’ve been surprised to discover this little beautiful park which lies at south east near the border with MozambiqueRead More
A guide for the budget traveller to Victoria Falls. As we pointed out in our earlier posts about Zambia, this is not exactly a backpacker friendly country. The tourism here is largely about pre-arranged trips, expensive lodges and luxury tour.Read More
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