Traveling safe to Mozambique: why take a travel insurance ?

Do you really need a travel insurance? Just before you start planning your holiday in Mozambique take a few moments to find information on the potential risks of this country

In Mozambique ,although the vast majority of visitors complete their travels without incident, the most serious threat facing travelers visiting Mozambique is crime. Street crimes, including mugging, purse-snatching, and pick-pocketing are common, both in Maputo and in secondary cities. Carjackings have become rare, but still do happen. Visitors must be vigilant when out in public areas and should not display jewelry or other items —even those of low value, like cell phones. Avoid isolated areas. Joggers and pedestrians have frequently been mugged, even during daylight hours. Visitors should take caution when walking at night, even in well-known tourist areas. Due to an increase in violent crime, pedestrian activity is discouraged on Maputo’s Avenida Marginal between the Southern Sun hotel (formerly the Holiday Inn) and the Waterfront Restaurant.

This information in mind take the time to choose your travel insurance with care.

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