Mozambique Volunteer Opportunities

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Mozambique is home to some of the finest tropical beaches and rich marine ecosystems in Africa, if not the world. World-class SCUBA diving in warm Indian ocean with high changes of spotting whale sharks and manta-rays year round. Praia do Tofo is a relaxed tropical paradise, with miles of foot-print free sand, top surf breaks and a laid back way of life.

  • After almost five centuries as a Portuguese colony Mozambique gained independence in 1975.
  • On the Mozambique flag is a yellow star overlaid with a book, symbolizing education; a hoe, symbolizing agriculture; and a rifle, for defense and vigilance.
  • Mozambique’s dance customs have influenced pop culture. In 2011, superstar Beyoncé flew a group of Tofu dancers from Mozambique to the U.S. to teach her dance team their unique moves.
  • Mozambique’s coastline is home to five of seven endangered species of sea turtles and the largest concentration of whale sharks in the world.
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