Niassa Reserve Vacations
To get a real feel for the region, why not hit the road and check out the diverse settlements within the vicinity of Niassa Reserve.
Discover Niassa Reserve's heavenly side at the region's cathedrals and other places of worship.
For those who like to get wet, this is a great place for you. Snorkeling is popular with locals and tourists and another option is swimming.
Be sure to take your tastebuds for a tour through the flavors and aromas of Mozambique. Banana as well as coconut milk are frequently used in kitchens in this region. Pao (bread rolls) and peri peri chicken are some popular regional treats worth trying. Ananás com gengibre (pineapple with ginger) is perfect to round out any Mozambique food experience. For those who enjoy a quality brew, order a Manica. It's a common choice in Mozambique.
Quite often, the difference between a respectful traveler and a run-of-the-mill tourist is a basic grasp of language, so why not take the time to learn a number of handy Portuguese words and phrases before you leave. "Você é bem-vindo" is a good phrase to know. In English, it means "You're welcome" And, using "Queres dançar comigo? ", which means "Would you like to dance with me?", can be very handy.
At the end of your adventure in this special place, say farewell the way locals do, with a heartfelt "Adeus."