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All Out Africa offer discounts on 7 Day Mozambique Whale Shark Experience

All Out Africa, an Eswatini (Swaziland) tour operator specialising in local activity tours of the country as well is in neighbouring countries, have launched a special offer for their Beach & Whale Shark Experience tour to Mozambique, east of Eswatini. Although Eswatini offers some fantastic cultural, scenic and wildlife experiences, it is unfortunately landlocked. Therefore, this tour to Mozambique makes the perfect add-on for those wishing to have a beach experience on their holiday to Africa.

The 7-day beach adventure, scheduled for 24th March 2019 will see you head to the tropical paradise of Tofo Bay, Mozambique’s most famous beach destination. You will relax on golden sand beaches, soak up in the sunshine, snorkel with whale sharks and paddle to palm fringed islands of the Inhambane Bay. The very best of Mozambique.

The itinerary is as follows:

Day 1 – Departure form Lidwala Lodge in Eswatini at 05:00 on set dates. Travel direct to Inhambane.

Day 2 – Wake up at Mozambique’s most famous beach, Tofo! Full day to explore the beach and town.

Day 3 – Ocean Safari snorkelling in clear blue water looking for the mighty wale shark and the rest of the “Tofo Big 5”.

Day 4 – Full Day Island Kayaking trip to the beautiful islands of the Inhambane Bay.

Day 5 & 6 – Free days for you to do as you please. Possibly options are: relax in the sun, horse ride, surf, beach walk, party or maybe visit the Inhambane historic town.

Day 7 – Depart Tofo at 03:30 and travel back to Eswatini, arriving late afternoon.


Accomodation – Beach Backpacker lodge, shared dorms (Accommodation upgrades are available) Communal showers and toilets.

Whale Shark Snorkel, full day Island Kayak Trip, meals, guide(s), all transport from start to end.

Find out more about this tour on this flyer here.

This tour is currently on offer with a huge discount 35% off! Reduced from R7,620 to R4,970 per person. Contact All Out Africa for more information on their page here.