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Cruises visiting Inhabame & all Inhabame cruises for  2019-2020

Currently we have no major cruise ships visiting Inhabame in the 2019-2021 seasons.

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Inhambane (aka Inhabame), is a town located in southern Mozambique, lying on Inhambane Bay, 470 km NE of Maputo. Although Maxixe is the province's principal city, Inhambane City is the seat of the provincial government. Visit the 170 year old Cathedral of our Lady of Conception that is located in the old quarter of the city. Here a rusted ladder leads to the top of the spire, offering panoramic views of the city and harbour. The city is now home to a museum and a market, and is known for its nearby beaches of Tofo - the whale shark Mecca of the world - and Barra.

The central market, located along the main boulevard called simply "Mercado Central," offers numerous foods, ranging from a colorful array of spices and vegetables to prawns, fish and cashew nuts. Scuba diving in Inhambane is particularly popular at locations such as Manta Reef and Gallaria. Giant Manta Rays, whale sharks, turtles and other marine life are regularly seen, and there are many professional scuba diving operations throughout the province. As Inhambane has one of the largest working fleets of dhows on the Swahili Coast, many visitors take a dhow taxi across the bay to visit Maxixe.