The Maputo International Airport has direct connections with several African cities like Johannesburg, Durban, Luanda, Nairobi, Addis Ababa, in the Middle East to Doha and in Europe with the city of Lisbon. The direct flights from Lisbon (TAP) take about 10 hours. TAP has connections with most European capitals. From Maputo airport, you can continue your trip to local destinations such as Inhambane, Vilanculos, Beira, Chimoio, Tete, Quelimane, Nampula, and Pemba. There are international flights from South Africa to Beira and Pemba. The Pemba airport also has an air link with Tanzania. Mozambique also has good road links with South Africa.

For all holders of EU passports, a visa is required to visit Mozambique. The Embassy of Mozambique in Brussels provides visas. For details refer to the appropriate section on this site.

Before traveling it is advisable to consult a doctor in your country about the precautions to take before and during your stay in Mozambique. Due to the risk of tropical diseases such as malaria, visitors should also take certain precautions such as the use of mosquito nets or anti-mosquito sprays.

The Mozambican people are warm and welcoming. However, you should use common sense and avoid situations which might compromise the quality of your visit to Mozambique. It is best to inquire at the hotel where you are staying for the precautions you should take.

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