The Central part of Mozambique is comprises for four provinces, Tete, Manica, Sofala and Zambezia. It is bordered to the north by Zambia, Malawi, Niassa and Nampula. In the south it is border by the provinces of Gaza and Inhambane. This is bounded by the Indian Ocean in east and by the Republic of Zambia and Republic of Zimbabwe in west.
Sofala is a province of Mozambique. It is located in the central region of the country, with a long coastline, in a recess of the Mozambique Channel. Its capital is the coastal city of Beira, located about 1190 km north of Maputo, the country's capital. With an area of 67,753 km², the province is divided into 12 districts.
With just over 1.64 million residents, the population of Sofala grew 21.5% between 1997 and 2007, having been recorded an increase of more than 350 thousand residents.
Sofala is in central part of Mozambique, is an important point of convergence on the links between the South, North and West; through the Beira corridor, an important route and very old, used by the countries of the interland.
The Manica province is located in the central region of Mozambique. Its capital is the city of Chimoio, about 1100 km north of Maputo, and 200 km west of the coastal city of Beira. With an area of 1,412,248 km², the province is divided into 9 districts. It is in Manica province which is the highest point in Mozambique: Monte Binga with an altitude of around 2436 m.
Located within the center of the country, Manica is bordered to the north by Tete Province in the south by the provinces of Inhambane and Gaza, Sofala Province in East and West by Zimbabwe.
The Manica Province is one of the highest areas of Mozambique; where are born many rivers. In its mountains are born of high purity water, and the mountains of the Vumba already marketed, distributed and excellent acceptance in almost every country
The hottest City of the country
known as the capital of coconut