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UK drops Mozambique advisory, operators reinstate tours

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The UK and Foreign Commonwealth Office (FCO) is no longer advising against all but essential travel to Sofala province in Mozambique. Acacia Africa has reinstated all its Mozambique tours after the FCO removed the advisory covering Sofala province.

” The country is tipped to be one of Southern Africa’s most sought-after destinations in 2015, ” says Arno Delport, Sales and Marketing Manager at Acacia Africa. ” Mozambique  was one of the most popular places to Safari in our recent Facebook polls and  we are now taking bookings for 14-day Mozambique and Zimbabwe Explorer”

The operator describes Mozambique as relatively undiscovered and says it is an attractive option for clients in search of a more remote Africa, combining unspoilt beaches and excellent dive opportunities with rich cultural encounters.

Earlier this month, Bhejane Adventures reintroduced it’s Mozambique ” Big Game to Coral Reefs’ tour after a two-year break.

Source: http://www.tourismupdate.co.za/Home/Detail?articleId=29886

The UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) is no longer advising against all but essential travel to Sofala province in Mozambique. – See more at: http://www.tourismupdate.co.za/Home/Detail?articleId=29886#sthash.0alhapo9.dpuf

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