Search flights to Mozambique

Number of flights per week1Currency
Flight Duration
16 hour 40 min
Top destinationsMaputo
Most popular airlineFlySafairMost popular airportMaputo Intl. Airport
About Mozambique

Mozambique, one of the countries known for its breathtaking natural beauty in South Africa, has a population consisting of local tribal groups, Europeans, Africans, and Indians. With low urbanization, most people in the country make a living through agriculture in rural areas. Mozambique's economic development is mainly due to its rich underground minerals like diamonds, gold, and copper. The coastal cities along the Indian Ocean attract tourists with beaches and charming accommodation options annually. Mozambique has a long and intricate coastline along the Indian Ocean and shares its land borders with Tanzania, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Eswatini, Malawi, and Zambia.
Mozambique experiences a tropical climate that brings hot and humid weather throughout the year, with an average temperature of around 20 degrees Celsius. The nation experiences notably high humidity levels, and abrupt heavy rainfall can escalate to catastrophic extents, resulting in loss of life and damage to agricultural regions. Mozambique's capital, Maputo, is also known as the "City of Acacias" thanks to the enchanting aroma of acacia flowers that adorn the city's streets.
Beira attracts partygoers with its vibrant nightlife, while its natural beaches and the Gorongosa Natural Wildlife Park captivate nature enthusiasts. Inhambane and Pemba, known for their well-developed handicrafts, are among Mozambique's important cities.
Mozambique's cultural heritage reflects Portuguese influence from its colonial era, along with contributions from Arab, Indian, and Chinese cultures, which have collectively shaped the nation's way of life. The Cultural Diversity Celebration Festival held in Pemba in July aims to bring together these various cultures, and the Marrabenta Festival in Maputo in January showcases local music and dances, inviting music enthusiasts to the city with great turnouts.
Heroes' Day, observed on February 3, and Independence Day, celebrated on June 25, hold significant importance for local tribal communities and are marked with enthusiastic festivities. The influence of the Portuguese is not only apparent in Mozambique's culture but also its culinary traditions.
Mozambique, renowned as the region's most famous beer producer, offers some popular dishes like "Paozinho," a steak-based dish, and "matapa," a rice and seafood dish. Especially in cities frequently visited by tourists, you can find many seafood options.

Frequently Asked Questions

How does Wingie offer the cheapest Mozambique airfares?

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Which airlines have flights to Mozambique?

Kenya Airways, LAM Mozambique Airlines, Ethiopian Airlines, Taag, Emirates, Qatar Airways, Turkish Airlines, Airlink, Finnair, Oman Air organize flights to Mozambique.

To which Mozambique cities are there direct flights from the USA?

Mozambique cities with direct flights from the USA: Nampula, Beira, Maputo, Pemba, Tete, Tete, Quelimane, Chimoio.

Which airlines have direct flights to Mozambique?

Airlines that offer direct flights to Mozambique: Kenya Airways, LAM Mozambique Airlines, Airlink, Qatar Airways, Taag, Turkish Airlines.

Which are the most popular Mozambique airports?

The most popular airports in Mozambique: Nampula, Beira, Maputo Intl., Pemba, Chingozi - Matundo, Quelimane, Chimoio.

Which are the most popular Mozambique cities?

Most popular Mozambique cities: Nampula, Beira, Maputo, Pemba, Tete, Quelimane, Chimoio.