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Luxury safaris in Varanda

A Fantastically Well-Rounded Beach Destination

Combining idyllic beaches, crystal-clear lagoons, wildlife and distinguishing culture, Varanda is an exceptionally unique destination on Mozambique’s northern coastline.
As a privately-owned nature reserve and exquisite coastal lagoon on a peninsula, it enjoys a intriguing historical and cultural angle being 10 minutes from the UNESCO-protected former capital (only site in the country that has afforded this) of Mozambique Island, and being near to the isolated Macua people in the Cabaceira towns.

With watersport pursuits galore and safaris to the Gorongosa National Park, Varanda makes a pleasing alternative to desert island paradises.

When to go

Varanda and most of northern Mozambique enjoy temperate and warm climates all year round, but there are chances of monsoon rains in February, March and April.

What to do

  • Water sports (diving, whale watching, canoeing, snorkelling, sailing, windsurfing, fishing)
  • Safaris to the Gorongosa National Park
  • Trips by canoe or foot to the Varanda Nature Reserve and Lagoon
  • Visits to the Cabaceira Grande and Pequena communities to meet with the local Macua people
  • Trips to the UNESCO-protected Mozambique Island for a real slice of the country’s history

Plan a trip to Varanda

Speak to our travel designers about a trip to Varanda and elsewhere in Mozambique

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