Tofo is one of the most popular destinations in Mozambique. It’s a beautiful area, with white sand beaches, clear water and plenty of fun things to do. From scuba diving to relaxing at Fatima’s Place, there are activities for everyone here.
Diving is a great way to see the underwater life of Mozambique. You can see a wide variety of fish and other sea creatures, and it’s particularly interesting if you’re in Tofo or Inhambane Bay, where there are several shipwrecks that you can explore. If you want to try diving but don’t have your certification yet, Tofo offers lessons as well as courses.
A two-hour boat ride will take you to the whale watching sites. The best time to see them is from March to September during their migration.
The Southern Right Whale is one of the most endangered mammals in the world and it’s natural habitant is in Tofo, Mozambique.
There are many operators offering whale watching trips which can be arranged through your accommodation or directly on arrival in Tofo, Mozambique
Relax at Fatima’s Place
- Fatima’s Place is a great place to relax and enjoy the view.
- Fatima’s Place is a great place to get a massage.
- Fatima’s Place is a great place to eat.
- Fatima’s Place is a great place to stay!
For those of you who are more adventurous, scuba diving is a great way to see the marine life in Tofo. Along with seeing some incredible fish, you’ll get up close and personal with an awesome variety of corals.
Scuba diving is also a great way to get under the waves in Mozambique. The most popular dive sites include Inhaca Island and Bazaruto National Park—both are worth a visit if you want to see some amazing coral formations and tropical fish!
Take a Swimming Lesson with Manta Rays
- You’re in Tofo, Mozambique! This tiny town is far from everything and the manta rays are waiting for you.
- If you want to take a swimming lesson with manta rays, there are two things you should do. First, find out where the tour operators are based. Second and most importantly, prepare yourself for what awaits when you arrive at the site.
- You will be briefed by your guide on how to swim with these gentle giants of nature: “Never touch their wings or gills as they could get injured,” he says. “Make sure that if they touch you it’s not too hard.”
- Before getting into your wetsuit and goggles (which should have been provided beforehand), make sure there aren’t any cuts or bruises on your body because these can hurt them when they come close to check things out…or perhaps just say hello!
Kayak Tour of Inhambane Bay and Turtle Track
The Kayak Tour of Inhambane Bay and Turtle Track is a fun way to get out and explore the coastline. If you’re lucky, you’ll even see whales, dolphins, or other wildlife! The tour is led by a guide who knows the area well, so you’re in good hands. They also have kayaks for all levels of fitness. This tour is safe as long as you can swim; if not, they offer life jackets while on the water (which is most of your time).
Visit the Tofo Market
We recommend that you visit the Tofo Market, which is an indoor and outdoor market complex in the center of town. It’s a great place to buy souvenirs, fresh produce, fish, and fruit. There are also stalls selling vegetables if you’re looking for something else to cook with.
There are many great things to do in Tofo, Mozambique.
Tofo, Mozambique is one of the most beautiful places in all of Africa. It’s known for its white-sand beaches, bustling nightlife, and warm people. There are many things to do in this area. You can explore the local culture by visiting art galleries or going to a museum. You can also learn about the wildlife by going on an excursion with a tour guide or doing research online before your trip so that you know what species are native to Mozambique when you get there you can tell if something looks out of place when you see it!
You might want some relaxation time after all these adventures so just sit back and enjoy the beach at Tofo Beachfront Hotel & Resort as well as other accommodations nearby such as Makaranga Game Reserve which offers game drives through their private reserve where animals roam freely without fences around them while also offering guided nature walks through some nearby national parks or maybe even try kite surfing here since they have excellent wind conditions year round!
There are a lot of things to do in Tofo—from relaxing at beaches and swimming with turtles, to diving and kayaking. We’ve listed our favorites here so that you can plan your next trip!