When traveling to Mozambique, it’s important to remember that the summer’s are hot while the weather in winter is mild. It’s hot and dry from March to September, and hot and wet during the rainy reason from October to April.
Keeping this in mind, it’s best to pacing lightweight, breezy clothing – and don’t forget your swimsuit! Here’s a list of what to pack for Mozambique:
- swimming costume
- sarongs and/ or dresses to throw over your swimsuit
- waterproof sandals or slops to wear on the beach
- beach towels
- lightweight (preferably cotton) sleeping clothes/ pajamas
- a hat
- long dresses or lightweight long trousers to keep mozzies at bay at night
- sunscreen (see here for our pick of the best sunscreens)
- After-sun or Aloe Vera gel
- linen and bath towels (if your accommodation doesn’t provide – check with them before you travel)
- DStv decoder and SIM card (check with your accommodation)
- Snorkelling gear, fishing rods, etc
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