Praia do Tofo (Tofo Beach) is one of Mozambique’s national hidden treasures. Located in the southeast of the country in Inhambane province, known as the province that time forgot, just 500km north of the capital, Maputo. A small fishing village with a vibrant international expat community, Tofo is as diverse as it is beautiful.
Known for its stunning and pristine shoreline, Tofo boasts two main beaches, each with its own vibe and purpose. If you’re a diver you’ll be spending quite a bit of time on the main beach, Tofo Beach. The crescent shaped Tofo Beach is 8km long and its waters are protected along the shore by a naturally occurring bay. All the dive boats launch from Tofo Beach and it is a great place to snorkel, swim, wind surf and fish, and an excellent place for beginner surfers. Most of Tofo’s bars and restaurants, as well as the town’s market, all hug the shoreline.
The second main beach, Tofinho Beach, is situated just next door and is best known as a destination for experienced surfers and has a more secluded and relaxed vibe than Tofo Beach. Top international surfers can be seen carving waves along the point and Tofinho is known as the best place to spot Humpback’s, Dolphins, and Whale sharks.
This vibrant and growing community offers world-class diving, surfing, and fishing all while retaining its natural beauty. Grass homes, thatch rooves, and colonial architecture all blend together flawlessly to form a unique and rugged tropical landscape. The local people, given the name Boa Gente, which is Portuguese for “the good people”, are known for their boisterous laughter, generous smiles, and care-free spirits and serve as gracious hosts, sharing their tropical paradise with open hearts and arms.
Those that come to our shores will never forget the beauty that they experience on the beaches of Mozambique!
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