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Vilanculos

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Halfway between south and north Mozambique, Vilanculos is he starting point for visits to the Bazaruto Archipelago where majestic coral reefs surround exotic islands, underwater grasslands carpet the ocean floor and bright corals abound. The real life version of the mythical mermaid and universities of dolphins call this spot home.

It is home to an a new international airport, which serves daily flights to several regional destinations, including Johannesburg, Maputo, Swaziland,and elsewhere.

Offering some of the best diving sites in the world, the Archipelago's amazing coral reefs are calling out for you to come diving. Those backpackers up for a good fight and some exciting fishing should visit between October and February, when the surrounding waters of the Bazaruto Archipelago Islands is well known as the best fishing spots for Black Marlin in the Eastern part of the Indian Ocean.

Grab your stuff (especially your camera) and go for walk under the hot sun on the pristine white beach sand, float or paddle a kayak above the clear waters and protected reefs, or saddle upon a horse ride around and through the waters of the Islands.