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... is located in the Southern region of Mozambique.

This 400km stretch of the southern coastline is centred on the substantial town of Inhambane itself. The coastline is characterised by broad open beaches, backed by large partially vegetated sand dunes and broken by substantial mangrove inlets. The area is particularly renowned for its excellent diving.

However, the lodges in this area tend to be targeted primarily at South African self-drivers, sport fishermen and independent travellers, which means that they tend to be a little too simple for the majority of international guests, who are largely better served in the Bazaruto area to the north.

We divide the coast into six sections, listed here from north to south

Pomene ... is a wonderfully remote area centred on a substantial national park of the same name and with a couple of reasonable accommodation options.

Morrungulo ... is a pleasantly remote stretch of beach with a few modest lodge options.

Inhambane Town ... is of little interest to the majority of visitors.

Barra and Tofo ... is the best known section of the coast, close to Inhambane and with the widest selection of accommodation.

Jangamo and Guinjata ... is a reasonably remote stretch of coastline with a range of simple accommodation options with access to some decent diving.

Inharrime and Zavora ... is an area characterised by an extensive network of inland lakes and lagoons, relatively heavily populated and with just a couple of modest accommodation options.
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