What is special about Mozambique?
Mozambique is a totally unique and awesome African destination offering beautiful pristine beaches, uninhabited island, wild game reserves, culture and heritage, incredible and in many case undiscovered scuba diving sites, swimming with dolphins, whale sharks, rays and turtles and Maputo city breaks and more.
Is Mozambique rich or poor?
Alleviating poverty: at the end of the civil war in 1992, Mozambique ranked among the poorest countries in the world. It still ranks among the least developed countries, with very low socioeconomic indicators. In the last decade, however, it has experienced a notable economic recovery.
How do you say thank you in Mozambique?
“Please” is simple enough to understand and used by everyone in the same way, but the use of “thank you” depends on the gender of the speaker. If you are male, you will use “obrigado.” If you are female, you will use “obrigada.” This never changes, so feel free to just forget the word for the opposite sex.
Is Mozambique bigger than South Africa?
South Africa is about 1.5 times bigger than Mozambique. Mozambique is approximately 799,380 sq km, while South Africa is approximately 1,219,090 sq km, making South Africa 53% larger than Mozambique.
What are the top 3 languages spoken in Mozambique?
Portuguese is the country’s official language, but it is only spoken by around half of the population. The other most spoken primary languages in Mozambique, include: Makhuwa, Changana, Nyanja, Ndau, Sena, Chwabo, and Tswa.
How do you greet someone in Mozambique?
When you first meet someone in Mozambique, it’s tradition to finish the conversation with this phrase….Bonus Phrases that Incorporate English Words!
- Ta Nice! (tah-nice) = That’s nice!
- Estou biz (esh-toe-biz) = I am busy!
- Hello! (Hello) = Hello! (Was that one so hard?)