The 32 tiny Quirimbas islands are some of the world's best diving and fishing destinations but are barely on most tourists' radar.
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The 32 tiny Quirimbas islands are some of the world's best diving and fishing destinations. But they are barely on most visitors' radar. This string of islands offers stunning white beaches, a pristine marine environment. And a sense of being utterly away from the maelstrom of the world. The Quirimbas islands archipelago stretches for over 100 km in the far north of Mozambique. However the Quirimbas National Park preserves and protects these islands and some mainland forests with its stunning beauty.
In particular, the Quirimbas is perfect for world-class scuba diving. The complete lack of development in the Quirimbas Archipelago has meant that the coral reefs here has not suffered the degradation seen elsewhere. The colours of the reefs are vibrant and pristine. And the warm Indian Ocean waters teem with fish. So, it will also suit couples seeking a truly remote tropical island destination for their honeymoon or a romantic getaway.
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