Inhambane is a city located in southern Mozambique. It is a sleepy historic town, with a deserted sandbank beach and renowned diving spots
- One of the oldest settlements in Mozambique with fascination architecture
- Colourful markets, ports and inspiring architecture make this a great holiday destination
- Deserted beaches, clear tropical water and palm trees like you’ve only seen on photographs!
- Romantic isolation for honeymooners and lovers alike
Inhambane is a city located in southern Mozambique, lying on Inhambane Bay, 470 km northeast of Maputo. Inhambane is a sleepy historic city known for its rustic architecture.
Notable sites in the surrounding district of Inhambane include the Praia do Tofo, Praia dos Cocos, Ponto do Barra, Ilha de Benquerra, Guinjata Bay.
Scuba diving is particularly popular in the Inhambane province. The closest diving to Inhambane is at Praia do Tofo – 22km from Inhambane City.
Inhambane is a photographer’s dream with its old crumbling buildings. The city is a fascinating mix of African, old-world Portuguese and Muslim cultures. Accommodation options on Inhambane are world class and showcase the best of the Inhambane region – both inland and below the surface.