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Mozambique Visa

Mozambique Visa

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GulfVisa is an authorised UK visa company, helping people travelling to Mozambique obtain a visa from the country’s embassy. Arguably Africa’s top beach destination, as well as a growing business hub, Mozambique is incredibly popular among tourists, workers and businesspersons alike. However, visitors from most countries require a visa to enter the nation, which is where our services come into play.

Here at GulfVisa, we have decades of experience assisting UK citizens in receiving Mozambique visas, and our one-stop solution takes away the pressure of applying for the documentation yourself. The GulfVisa team understands just how burdensome securing a visa can be, especially when you just want to be planning your trip. But by relying on our Mozambique visa service, you can take the back seat as we sort out everything for you.

Please more: Our visa services do not extend to those wishing to come to the UK from Mozambique

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How to apply for a Mozambique visa

  1. Look at the Mozambique visa requirements - Thoroughly read the details of all of the relevant documentation for which you’re applying.

  2. Organise your documents - Gather everything you need, such as passport photos, flight booking confirmation and a Mozambique visa application form.

  3. Buy your visa - After choosing the Mozambique visa you need, you can pay online. We accept debit and credit cards, as well as Apple Pay.

  4. Submit your application - You can either post your documentation to GulfVisa, or drop it off at our office in Mayfair, London. We typically turn applications around in six working days, though this doesn’t include delivery times for those posting their application to us.

Mozambique Visa Cost

Type of Visa Validity Fees GBP (£)
Business Visa

Express: Completed within two working days

Fast: Completed within three working days

Standard: Completed within five working days

From £139.00
Tourist Visa

Express: Completed within two working days

Fast: Completed within three working days

Standard: Completed within five working days

From £139.00

Travel to Mozambique - A mini guide

Unblemished, untamed and unexplored, Mozambique is one of Africa’s hidden gems. With beautiful beaches, fascinating culture and world-class safaris, the country is a traveller’s dream.

Mozambique's Culture

Mozambican culture is heavily influenced by its history of Bantu, Swahili, and Portuguese rule. So, while the country’s official language is Portuguese, which is spoken by over half of the population, languages including Swahili, Makonde and Yao are also widely used. Mozambique is made up of many different ethnic groups. This includes four million Macua who mainly reside in the northern part of the country and the Tsonga and Shangaan people who live in southern Mozambique. Over 70% of the population is religious, with the majority practising Christianity.

Common features of Mozambique culture include music, wood carving and art. For example, its own distinctive form of music has been described as similar to reggae and West Indian calypso. This is played using instruments including handmade drums and the marimba, a type of xylophone native to Mozambique. While the Makonde people in particular are known for their wood carving, including elaborate masks that are regularly used in ritual dances. There are two main types of Makonde wood carving — the Shetani (evil spirits) and the ujamaa, which are totem-like carvings illustrating the faces of people. Mozambique’s art scene typically reflects the political struggle, civil war and suffering faced by the country during its historical period of colonialism.

Mozambique's Economy

The economy of Mozambique has grown rapidly since the end of the Mozambican Civil War in 1992, with the government pursuing various macroeconomic reforms in an attempt to stabilise the country. Between 2002 and 2007, the country’s economy grew by 8% per year on average, and remained at an average growth of 6% between 2008 and 2015, representing one of Africa’s best economic performers. It has continued rising since, albeit at a lower rate.

Mozambique is blessed with rich and extensive natural resources, with its main industries including agriculture, chemical manufacturing and petroleum production. Its tourism sector is also expanding, as the industry attracted more foreign direct investment than any other part of Mozambique’s economy.

Mozambiques's Most Popular Destinations

Mozambique is best known for its incredible landscapes, and top of your visit list should be Bazaruto Archipelago, a group of six islands off the southern coast. The islands are surrounded by stunning azure water, and boast sandy beaches, dunes, coral reefs, and opportunities for surfing and fishing. Among the fauna you can see there are whales, sharks, parrots and sea turtles. Another must-visit destination is the Island of Mozambique, which is situated in the north of the country between the Mozambique Channel and Mossuril Bay. As well as its natural beauty, the island is noted for its wondrous architecture, with the 16th-century Fort of São Sebastião the main highlight.

As the country endowed with an abundance of exotic wildlife, you can’t pass up the chance to visit one of Mozambique’s safari parks. Arguably the pick of the bunch is Gorongosa National Park, in the heart of central Mozambique, where you can marvel at lions, elephants and buffalos, among others. Limpopo National Park is also incredibly popular, with opportunities to see game like rhinos, leopards and giraffes.

Mozambique’s cities are also well worth visiting, especially its capital Maputo — with its beautiful, eclectic Portuguese architecture and many museums — and Nampula, is known as "The Capital of the North". Here you’ll find the Mozambique National Ethnographic Museum, as well as a range of markets, cathedrals and mosques.

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