By Dian Hasan | September 20, 2009
Mozambique has broad variety of natural attraction, including a string of sub-tropical islands, coral lagoons, spectacular beaches, and a coastline stretching 2,500. Among her star attractions is undoubtedly the Bazaruto Archipelago
This is where you’ll find the Indian Ocean‘s blue waters filled with colorful coral reefs ideal for water-sports enthusiasts. The Bazaruto Archipelago is part of a protected Marine National Park, home to a myriad of wildlife. And offering some of the best diving spots in the world. The most spectacular of the marine mammals are Dugong (Sea Cow) which were probably gave birth for the mermaid myth. Other species include: marlin, potato bass, manta rays, five different species of dolphins, and the giant sunfish which grows up to 6 meters in lenth.
The archipelago with its long white sandy beaches is perfect spot for those just wishing to relax and enjoy a magical escape. A true paradise for travelers seeking a haven of tranquility and peace, amid a stunning natural setting.