Maputo Tailor Made Tour

  • 5 Hours
  • Max People : 200
  • Jan - July

Maputo Tailor Made Tour Details

A Maputo tailor made tour can be built in multiple ways. The city offers several options to those who visit this city. It is a small, geometric city, easy to navigate.

We recommend Bicycle rides (we rent bikes with and without a guide), on foot or by txopela.

The best days of the week to explore the city of Maputo are Saturday and Sunday because the city is empty and calm and becomes easier to get around.

It is very difficult to get lost in a tour in Maputo, the fact that the city is geometric makes you always find one of the main avenues.

Security is one of the concerns of those who visit us, but we can assure you that you are in a very safe city. Crime is very low. However, we must take the usual precautions like anywhere else in the world, not to walk on the street with valuables or large amounts of money.

The city, although safe, can sometimes be uncomfortable for foreigners. Do not forget that in Maputo it is easy for people to realize that you are new in town. This can create discomfort, but it should not be synonymous of insecurity.

In Maputo people still greet each other when they cross the street, it is one of the good habits that the world unfortunately is losing. If you do not speak Portuguese learn to say, “Good morning” and “Good evening”, which are the usual greetings.

The night life in Maputo, although not very diverse, can be quite lively. Try to know the cultural program on the days you will be in Maputo, there are always concerts and parties that you must go to. If there is no event, or if you simply want to go to regular spots you can go to 1908 (upstream) or to Feira Popular (mainstream).

There are several scripts available, and on our site. We offer you some possibilities that you can explore alone, but here’s one more suggestion that may be a draft over wich you may build your Maputo tailor made tour:

  • Start the day at downtown, feeling the city frenzy. Pass by the Central Bazaar and buy piri-piri.
  • Then stop at the “Loja Elefante” to enjoy the colors of the traditional “capolanas”.
  • Then walk to the fishing port, visit the fishing museum and the fortress.
  • Walk along the promenade, past the Zambi restaurant, where you can have lunch.
  • After lunch visit the upper part of the city, start by visiting “Hotel Polana” and then walk down Av Mao Tse Tung, stop at “FEIMA” where you can see the best handicrafts in Mozambique. Stroll through the sommerschield neighborhood and stop at the “Leite Couto Foundation” for refreshment.
  • As you approach the end of the day, take a taxi to “Dhow Café” to see the sunset.
  • All in a slow and happy pace, of who already surrendered to the rhythm of the city.

Contact us for scheduled activities such as the local craft workshop, or bike city tours.

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