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About Beira

Off to Beira? Brilliant! You'll be met by the opportunity to snorkel, scuba dive, fish, swim, or enjoy the cultural side of the city. There's even an 18-hole unmaintained (adding to the appeal) Golf Club. Beira is one of Mozambique's largest cities and welcomes travellers from all walks of life to enjoy its many attractions.

A sailboat in Beira by afronie

Care to sail out over the waters from Praia Nova in Beira, Mozambique?

Image by afronie

Catching stingray by afronie

Here we have a vendor who's caught a stingray with a hook and line from a dugout canoe in Beira's Bay.

Image by afronie

Beira fishermen by reye

A man's got to make a living right? These Beira fishermen head out in their boat to catch fish to sell in the market.

Image by Reye

Beira markty by mozmamavicki

A stroll in Beira market is always enjoyable. Fresh fruit and vegetables everywhere!

Image by mozmamavicki

Beira hotel by rabanito

A beautiful photo of Beira's "Grande Hotel", which actually isn't so grand anymore seeing as nowadays over 2 000 squatters live in the rundown building.

Image by rabanito

Beira is the popular seaside travel destination it is because of it's undeniable ability to sweep away stress and fill your lungs with fresh air and rejuvenating energy. Now that's food for the soul.


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