The Portuguese inspired port of Inhambane was established in 1560. Distinctive historical architecture of the colonial period is still there today. The town provides all basic amenities and communication facilities. Inhambane and surrounding coast hosts breath-taking palm-trimmed, island shorelines. Vast stretches of white sandy beaches and sky blue warm Benguela waters has made its visitors come back for more to enjoy the splendours of this East African tropical paradise.
Holiday In Tofo Inhambane Mozambique
Inhambane is perfect for a holiday in Mozambique, the excellent beaches of Tofo are great for diving and snorkelling, it is truly the perfect getaway.
Location co-ordinates: 23 50'46.25"S , 35 32'24.46E
Inhambane Holiday For You
Inhambane province in Mozambique is known for its excellent beaches as well as good opportunities for diving and snorkelling. The pretty historical town of Inhambane offers charming colonial architecture and affordable shopping for local products, while the coastal resorts such as Praia do Tofo, Praia dos Cocos, and Ponto do Barra are perfect for relaxing beach holidays. Still undiscovered by mass tourism, Inhambane region is becoming popular as a diving destination.
Coastal region located in Mozambique in Southern Africa, the Inhambane province includes the sleepy historic capital city of Inhambane, as well as popular beach areas such as Tofo Beach (Praia do Tofo) and small outlying islands. Inhambane is one of the oldest settlements on the coast of Mozambique, and a popular trading place since the 11th century. The Portuguese established a trading post and a missionary here in the 1500s, and Inhambane became a centre for ivory and slave trade. However, the town diminished in importance in the 20th century and suffered from the civil war in Mozambique in the 1980s. Today, Inhambane's great potential for tourism is being slowly developed