Mozambique is a whale watching destination second to none ? from Ponto do Ouro in the south, up past Maputo to Inhambane and then on to Pemba in the north, travellers have the opportunity to witness these majectic marine giants as they make their annual trip to the warmth of the Indian Ocean to mate and have their calves between June and October.
This migration from the icy waters of the Antarctic to the warmer environmental conditions of the Indian Ocean ensures the safety of the calves - not only from Orcas (their natural predators) - but it also increases the calves' chances of survival.
A visit to Moz means that you'll have the opportunity to get up-close-and-personal with both Southern Right whales and Humpback whales as they swim past the East African coastline on their annual migration, as well as being spoilt to world-class holiday accommodation in luxury island villas and beautiful beach lodges. Our aim at GoBundu is to help you find incredible accommodation options at pocket-friendly prices so that you can enjoy all that Mozambique has to offer - including incredible whale watching opportunities.
Although we're still unsure of when travel will be permitted once again, now is the perfect opportunity for Mozambicans to enjoy social-distancing in a beautiful, remote holiday villa on the beach.
And for all our South African and international guests, now is the perfect time to start saving and planning for your next trip.
Get in touch with our destination specialist, Lize, to chat through our current specials - email@example.com.