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Inhassoro has a predominantly tropical climate, with a cool season from May to July. The rainy season is from November to April.

Altitude (feet)
Lat (DMS)
21° 32' 5S
Long (DMS)
35° 12' 8E
Altitude (meters)

Border documents needed to enter Mozambique

  • Valid passport (SA residents do not require visas. All other nationals require visas).
  • Valid driver's license if coming by road or if you intend to drive.
  • Vehicle registration documents if coming by road.
  • Valid temporary import papers available from the border (DA341).
  • Third party insurance certificate valid in Mozambique.
Border times Opens Closes
Komatipoort / Ressano Garcia 06H00 22H00
Giryando 08H00 17H00
Kosibay / Ponta do Ouro 08H00 17H00
Goba (Swaziland) 07H00 18H00
Namaacha (Swaziland) 07H00 18H00

Border times are often extended at busy tourism seasons but confirm with the border post.

Traveling in Mozambique

International and South African driver's licenses are recognised in Mozambique. Avoid traveling at night. If you have to drive by night, drive slowly as some vehicle have no lights or reflectors. Broken down vehicles are left on the road and are sometimes indicated by tree branches left in the road. Hooting is acceptable in Mozambique, so use it to warn pedestrians you are approaching. Watch out for children running across the road without looking for oncoming traffic. Traffic police will probably stop you on occasions to check vehicles and "papeis" (papers). The following will be needed: Driver's licence, import permit (DA341), "serguro" (third party insurance) and passports. When towing a trailer a blue and yellow triangle needs to be fixed to the front of the towing vehicle and the back of the trailer (or towed vehicle). "Seguro" Third Party Insurance is compulsory for foreign registered vehicles. A temporary import permit must also be obtained at the border post, the DA341 is only obtainable at the border.The vehicle must be equipped with two red emergency triangles, and safety belts must be worn at all times. Ownership papers for vehicles are needed to get through the border posts. If your vehicle is still under a lease agreement, get a letter from the bank, giving you permission to take the vehicle across the border. Ensure that your current comprehensive vehicle insurance is valid in Mozambique. Observe speed limits well within the stated limits. Seat belts are mandatory and you must carry an emergency triangle. Fuel stations are plentiful in built up areas and along the main roads, however when you travel on secondary roads, it is wise to ensure that you have sufficient fuel to reach your destination. The accessibility by road of various provincial towns is dependent on seasonal weather conditions, so get as much information as possible on the routes you plan to use before departure.


  • Camping is only allowed in authorised areas.
  • Access to beaches must be on existing roads with a permit.
  • It is illegal to drive on the beach unless launching a boat with a permit.
  • Keep safety of people in mind on the beach.
  • Permits for launching and fishing are obtainable from the Maritime Office.


Malaria is prevalent in Mozambique and it is recommended that visitors to the country take anti-malarial prophylactics, especially those traveling outside Maputo. The best precaution is to avoid being bitten by using Mosquito nets and repellent spray and wearing protective clothing, especially in the evenings.


The local currency is called METICALS (MTn). For the best exchange rate it is advisable to go to a bank when in Mozambique. Rand, Dollars and GB Pounds are also accepted at most establishments. See the exchange rates on the right top side of this page.