All recreational foreign visitors to Mozambique require a valid passport with at least 3 blank pages, two of which must be adjacent, as well as a tourist visa that must be obtained prior to entry via an official Mozambican embassy or consulate. For certain packages, multiple-entry visas will be required.
If you need help, we encourage you to reach out to our resident travel professionals at for assistance.
Mozambique is a high-risk malaria country, and we highly recommend you visiting a doctor before you travel. Make sure you are up-to-date on routine vaccines as well.
Maputo is the main hub for international flights into Mozambique. Inhambane airport also receives limited international flights and a daily flight from Maputo with LAM. Road transfers from Maputo can also be arranged through Mozambique Experience.
Portuguese is the official language in Mozambique, with local languages differing from region to region. English is commonly used in touristic areas. The following languages are accommodated by our tours: English, Spanish, German, Catalan, Portuguese. Italian,, Turkish and Azeri.
Mozambican Metical. South African Rand, US Dollar and Euros are accepted. Credit cards are becoming more acceptable forms of payment and are an option at varying establishments.
electricity & internet
220-240 volts, 50 Hz. Wi-Fi is available in different accommodations, restaurants, bars and dive centers.
passport & visa
Applying for an international visa can be daunting, so if you need help, we encourage you to reach out to our resident travel professionals at for assistance.
The Kruger National Park is a malaria zone, although the risk is usually relatively low, especially in dry season when water is scarce. Most mosquitoes do not carry malaria, so being bitten does not mean one will contract the illness, however, we highly recommend you take prevention.
Johannesburg is the main hub for international flights into South Africa. We recommend our clients to take a national flight to Kruger Mpumalanga Airport. Maputo International Airport, in Mozambique, is also an option, as it is only 2 hours away from the nearest gate to the Park. Please, contact our guides prior to book your flights to make sure there is plenty of time between the arrival time and the closing of the gates.
English is the official language in the Republic of South Africa, with local languages differing from region to region. The following languages are accommodated by Mozambique Experience safari tours: English, Spanish, German, Catalan, Portuguese. Italian, Turkish and Azeri.
South African Rand. Foreign money can be exchanged upon arrival at the airport prior to starting the safari tour and before entering the Park. Credit cards are accepted in most of the rest camps within Kruger National Park, although, since we will be visiting some remote areas, we advise our customers to always carry cash.
electricity & internet
220-240 volts. Special South African adapters can be purchased in the Park. Wi-Fi is available at Skukuza Rest Camp within the Kruger National Park and in most of the accommodations outside the Park.