Mozambique is situated on the Southeast Coast of Africa. To the East is the Indian Ocean, Tanzania, Malawi, and Zambia are to the North, to the West, Zimbabwe and South Africa and to the South, Swaziland and South Africa.
By the end of 2012, Mozambique's population is estimated at just over 23,700,715 million inhabitants, according to National Statistics Institute (INE), 7,385,294 inhabitants are in the cities and the remaining 16,315,421 inhabitants are in rural areas.
Men will be 11,426,321 people against 12,274,394 women.
The attraction of foreign direct investment is a priority of development of the tourism industry and the Government of Mozambique considers that the tourism sector is a cornerstone of social and economic development of the country and we want to attract investment and reputation for loyalty and reference of investors, and Mozambican and foreign tourists.
The conditions of relief of Mozambique are unconfigured, varying from region to region but with average temperature are 25º. The southern of Mozambique is predominantly by plains and the Center and northern are characterized by plateaus and mountains.
Traditional ways of life are preserved in Mozambique - varying from province to province. This cultural kaleidoscope provides visitors with a series of experiences and precious memories.
Mozambique was a Portuguese province abroad and then a Member State of Portugal. Which became independent from Portugal in 1975.