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Inhambane is in Mozambique. It is a sleepy historic town some 485 km north of Maputo. It has some great colonial architecture (in a low-key sort of a way) and is considered by many to be one of the prettiest towns in Mozambique. It is situated on a peninsula overlooking a bay, and also serves as a springboard to the coastal resorts around Tofo beach (some 30km due east, along a reasonably good road).

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  • Watersports Canoeing and Dhow trips are a wonderful and relaxing activity for all to enjoy, and not necessarily reserved for athletes.
  • Bazaruto National Sea Park
  • Mocucune Peninsula Visit to chase a chicken for the grill and drink a local beer.


You can buy fish and seafood from the local people next to the main road or on the beaches, but be careful when buying items that needs to be weighed with a scale; some of the local people trick tourists by jamming their scales so that the the item (fish) weighs more than the actual weight. In the end, the tourist is tricked in paying more. The advice is to take your own scale when buying food items.

  • TERRA MAE, Inhambane city (Bairro do aeroporto - Way of Tofo),  00258 826202161. 12h - 22h. Italian Restaurant-School

More than a ambition to be a good restaurant, this project is also a laboratory for the development and upward of the local products as well as the training of Restaurant Technician. The project benefits 23 youths of Inhambane.


One of the best places to pop in for a quick lunch and stock up on some great food...Is the Chilli Deli +258827172311 (Based at the only Filling station between Inhambane and Tofo).

  • Quinta de St. Antonio (Take-Away, Shop & Accomodation), Lindela (at the split to Maxixe / Inhambane),  +258 82 489 2420. New place with great food including Vetkoek, burgers etc. Ice Cold Beers and Ice also sold here. Budget.


The Restaurant Macaroca, located in the centre of town, serves excellent seafood and chicken dishes at reasonable prices. It's managed by a Swiss, Dani, and his Moçambiquan wife.

Pensao Pachica is a guest house located on the bay of Inhambane about 300 m to the right of the jetty when facing the bay. It boasts a quaint bayside restaurant, bar and pizza parlour. Managed by Dennis Adams, a lovely host and excellent cook. (Crab curry is a must!)



Pachica is a good place with a variety of people to meet and greet. The Bar has a decent amount of stock with good variety, and Saturday is pizza day (some of the best pizza Moz has to offer). You are normally also lucky enough to meet a few people who are happy to share a few travel stories, and a beer.


If you are looking for footwear for the beach, the central market has a wider range of flip-flops than the shoe shops in town.

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