Facing Madagascar and the Indian Ocean, Mozambique occupies about 2,500km of Africa’s eastern seaboard, much of which remains untapped by windsurfers and kiters. After years of abandonment during the lengthy – and bloody – civil war, Mozambique has rapidly established itself as an outstanding scuba diving destination. Yet warm temperatures, moderate winds and a profusion of reef- and beach-breaks mean there’s plenty on offer above the surface too. Two defined areas have been trail-blazed for windsports – one way up north near Tanzania, the other beside the southern border with Durban, South Africa.
Spots in Mozambique