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Explore Nampula Province


Please note:

The rainy season can fundamentally change the conditions of primary and secondary roads in Mozambique. A massive deterioration can occur, or improvements can also be seen by road repairs and upgrading. It is therefore advisable to ask locals for information about the condition of the road before starting your journey.

The route from Alto do Molocue to Nampula 

The route from Alto do Molocue to Nampula is approximately 230 kilometers and takes about 4 hours to complete. The journey begins in the small town of Alto do Molocue, which is located in the central part of Mozambique. As you drive, you'll notice a lot of open savannah grasslands to your left and right. These grasslands are dotted with trees and the occasional village. The drive is relatively smooth. You may have to contend with a few bumps and potholes, but overall, it's a comfortable ride. As you approach Nampula, you'll begin to see more cars and people on the road. 


The route from Nampula to Nacala 



The Nacala Corridor


The Corredor de Nacala is a transportation corridor that connects the city of Nacala in Mozambique to Lilongwe, the capital city of Malawi. The corridor is approximately 900 km long and forms an important trade and transport link for the region.

The Corredor de Nacala consists of a railway line, a port in Nacala, and a road that connects Nacala to the Mozambique-Malawi border, and from there to Lilongwe. The railway line was constructed in the 1970s and 1980s and connects the Nacala port to the Malawi border. The port at Nacala is a deepwater port that can accommodate large vessels, making it an important conduit for the exports of coal, sugar, and other commodities from Malawi, northern Zambia and Mozambique.

The road along the Corredor de Nacala has faced significant challenges in the past, including poor road conditions and inefficient border crossings. However, improvements have been made to the road and border posts in recent years, including upgrades to immigration and customs facilities, improvements to road infrastructure, and the installation of electronic weighing systems at weighbridges to reduce corruption.

The Corredor de Nacala represents an essential transportation link for Mozambique and Malawi, facilitating the transport of goods and people between the two countries and beyond. The corridor plays a significant role in regional integration and economic development and is a key contributor to regional trade in Southern Africa. Although there have been challenges in the past, improvements have been made to the infrastructure along the corridor, which will undoubtedly boost regional trade and economic development.

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