Rippling across the equator for nearly 5000km, Indonesia encompasses more than 17,000 islands.
The Mozambique coastline stretches 2,500km, the majority of which receives swell all year round. Surfing in Mozambique is an up and coming sport, meaning you can find prefect waves in clear tropical waters with sunshine all year round and few other people in the water. The waves in Mozambique are suitable for all abilities of surfers, from those learning to stand to those wishing to get their first barrels.
Historically Mozambique was a Portuguese colony with a turbulent past, achieving independence in 1975 Mozambique has been a stable country for many years since. The tropical waters, white sands and friendly atmosphere of Mozambique has made it an increasingly popular tourist destination. Linked with its colonial past, Mozambique's national language is Portuguese and boasts a colourful mixture of Portuguese and African cuisine. Infrastructure across the country is continuously being improved and is constantly expanding.