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Inhambane, also known as Terra de Boa Gente (Land of Good People), is a city located in southern Mozambique, lying on Inhambane Bay, 470 km northeast of Maputo It is the capital of the Inhambane Province and according to the 2017 census has a population of 79,724, growing from the 1997 census of 54,157 It is a beautiful charming town known for its serene atmosphere surrounded by beautiful
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Inhambane is a photographers paradise; it has a unique charm that can only originate from a rusty old town with dilapidated buildings and derelict maintenance
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There are numerous self catering resorts in Inhambane The self catering units varying from basic units with shared kitchens to more upmarket self catering houses, some with granite counters and private splash pools
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Inhambane is located in southern Mozambique, 470km northeast of the capital, Maputo With only 74 000 residents, this charming, historic town is ideal for a romantic getaway or relaxing beach vacation Aside from its idyllic, white beaches lined with coconut trees, this city is famous for scuba
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Flights to Inhambane LAM fly to Inhambane from Johannesburg on Monday, Wednesday and Friday see flight schedule and prices Papers needed and border procedure for taking vehicles across the border into Mozambique
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Located in the southern part of the country, Inhambane, Guinjata, Mozambique is a year round holiday destination with fabulous weather, friendly people and fascinating colonial architecture There are many old buildings in the city, including the 200 year old Our Lady of the Conception Catholic Cathedral
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Information on Mozambique Inhambane and the history of inhambane CLICK FOR ARCHIVE PHOTOS History and legends indicate that in the year 1498, the great navigator Vasco da Gama anchored his four ships off the Inhambane Bay while on his way to India