Mozambique is not nearly as well-known as its neighbors and is far less developed, but what it lacks in notoriety, it more than makes up for in natural beauty. The country’s long coastline provides thousands of miles of pristine beaches and clear water, and some interesting architecture left from years of Portuguese rule. Its game parks can’t compare to its neighbors’ due to years of poaching and neglect, and some are in areas where there recently has been some residual political strife, but for the intrepid traveler, there are many great experiences to be had. Just make sure to check security announcements prior to travel. Click below to explore.