Leave time to visit the the Quirimbas National Park. It is a good place to stop in at while you are in Mucojo.
Exploring the cities, towns and villages in the area of Mucojo will provide you with a real insight into the various geographic and social personalities of Mozambique. Medjumbe Island and Quilalea Island are two more places worth checking out while you're in Mozambique.
For a real insight into the religious side of Mucojo, be sure to make a stop at the region's cathedrals.
If the sun is shining while here, explore Mozambique's watery side. Scuba diving and swimming are just two of the well-established watersports here.
World travelers know that food is a wonderful way to really get to know an area. Two ingredients found in a number of Mozambique kitchens are banana and coconut milk. Of course no trip to Mozambique would be complete without ordering a pao (bread rolls) and peri peri chicken. Mozambique desserts such as ananás com gengibre (pineapple with ginger) are also great to try. You may notice locals and visitors alike drinking Manica; it's among the most popular drinks in Mozambique.
All good things come to an end, but be rest assured, when it's time to leave Mozambique, you'll still have many special memories to last a lifetime.