Visit Mozambique


      Visitors to Mozambique require a visa unless they come from visa exempt countries. For nationals of countries requiring visas, application of the visa can be made ahead of your departure or upon arrival to Mozambique. Visa fee is about Mozambican metical (MZN) 4000 (£50 or €58 or US$65), if applicable (refer to the list of countries exempt from visa fees). Applications must be made through Mozambican diplomatic or consular representatives.
      All participants are advised to carry their invitation letters, recent passport (at least 6 months before expiration), yellow fever card, flight itinerary from the airline or travel agency and Copy of confirmed hotel reservation.


      The unit of currency in Mozambique is Mozambican metical (MZN). The most accepted foreign currency is US dollars, but Euros and GBP are easily changed. The Current Exchange rates estimates are as per below. These rates are bound to change from time to time:
      US$1 = MZN 61 €1 = MZN 79 £1 = MZN 68


      Most major credit cards (MasterCard, American Express, VISA, AMEX and Travelers Cheques) are widely accepted. In addition to credit cards, it is advisable to carry easily convertible currency in cash.

      Weather Forecast

      Thurs 23/05

      FRI 24/05





      The climate of the country is humid and tropical, influenced by the Indian monsoon regime and the warm current of the Mozambique channel, with dry seasons from May to September. Average temperatures in Maputo range from 13-24 ° C in July to 22-31 ° C in February. The rainy season occurs between October and April. The average precipitation in the mountains exceeds 2000 mm. The relative humidity is raised to 70 to 80%, although the daily values range from 10 to 90%. Average temperatures range from 20 ° C in the South to 26 ° C in the north, with the highest values during the rainy season.


      The standard electricity voltage in Mozambique is 220 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz. If you travel to Mozambique with a device that does not accept 240 Volts at 50 Hertz, you will need a voltage converter. Most sockets in Mozambique are type C, F and M (Round pin wall sockets).