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Quelimane

Travel Guide Africa Mozambique Quelimane

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Introduction

Quelimane is a seaport in central Mozambique with a population of just under 200,000. The town was the end of David Livingstone's famous journey across Africa in 1856.

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Sights and Activities

There is a great beach an hours drive from the city.

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Weather

Quelimane enjoys a tropical climate with generally warm to hot and humid weather. There are two seasons, a dry and cool season from April to October and a warm and wet season from November to March. Temperatures usually vary from around 25 °C during the day from June to September and around 30 °C from December to March, at night dropping to around 23 °C and 17 °C respectively. Highest rainfalls are recorded from January to March and these are probably the months to avoid if you can, because hurricanes can strike.

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Getting There

By Plane

Quelimane has a domestic airport where you can connecting flights from Maputo. LAM Mozambique Airlines flies to Beira, Johannesburg, Maputo and Tete.

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Phone

See also International Telephone Calls

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