• Walks

    In nature and through cultural villages, walks are arranged for those who want to explore Mozambique’s heritage and landscape.

  • Dhow Rides

    With the largest running fleet of locally made dhows in Africa, Inhambane offers an unforgettable experience where you can meet with locals, feast on traditional foods and learn about the local way of life and culture.

  • Scuba Diving

    Manta Rays, Bottle-Nosed Dolphins and Whale Sharks are some of the species that you will encounter on a dive at one of the many renowned reefs such as the Chamber of Secret, the Manta Reef and The Office.

  • Snorkelling

    The lagoon offers an amazing shallow reef where you can see rare Seahorses, Cow Fish, Gurnards and Sea Moths.

  • Fishing

    Deep sea fishing at its best! Catch your own dinner on a fully equipped fishing boat with an experienced skipper.

  • Quad Trails

    Guided tours are offered through local villages and to nearby beaches. No better way to get to see more of the country.

  • Pansy Island Trips

    Pansy Island is a unique ecosystem, home to the rare Pansy Shell. Shell-hunting, snorkelling, birdwatching and more on offer!

  • City Tours

    Being one of the oldest cities in Mozambique, Inhambane is a stunning place to explore with a local tour guide. Learn more about its friendly people and colourful history.

  • Spa

    Massages and pampering are available at a nearby spa.

  • Kayaking

    A 2-hour guided kayak tour through the mangroves is a must for birdlovers. The narrow passageways will test your kayaking skills.

  • Surfboards & Kite Surfing

    Equipment is available for hire, so don’t worry about bringing your own. For the experienced, Tofinho Point is around the corner.