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Quirimbas National Park reviews

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History preserved - standing the test of time

Sbandali
Visited: Oct 2008 Reviewed: Dec 22, 2014

Having lived in Mozambique for over 2 years, I hold a special place for Mozambique in my heart. The Quirimbas archipelago is breathtaking--full of beautiful islands and turquoise coastlines. Pemba in the province of Cabo Delgado is the closest city and worth a visit, for its sprawling beach, filled with locals on the weekends who go fishing, play football and cool ... read more

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White sand beaches and early morning elephant hunts

Lindsayseegmiller
Visited: Sep 2013 Reviewed: Sep 22, 2013

I spent two weeks exploring the QNP, poking around the mainland and a handful of the islands in the archipelago.

The islands here are what make Moz beaches famous. White sand beaches fringed with palm trees, contrasting the blue, teal and turquoise water. The white sails of local dhows are sprinkled across the horizon as they haul dinner for the archipelago. Lod... read more

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The jewel in the crown

Visited: Apr 2013 Reviewed: May 22, 2013

The fifth safari so far was off to the beach. Excited for our two day safari at the Quirimbas National Park, located in the great Mozambique, we couldn’t wait to land after a long flight and drive from the airport to the park. Exhausted, we arrived at around 7am and went straight to the hotel, which we had already booked for our rooms. Quirimbas park had really out... read more

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