Mozambique: Conditions

Customs & Immigration

We have a private agent who will meet you at Beira International Airport on arrival, with all your relevant paperwork. A fee of $50.00 per person is paid direct to the agent – in cash.

With regards to Visa’s – the rules & regulations for your entry into Mozambique have now changed – the visa can be bought on arrival in Beira,

This link tells you whether you have a Mozambique Embassy in your country: – – if you don’t have an embassy in your country, you will be allowed to apply for your visa on arrival in Mozambique.

Details of the Embassy in the USA:-
Details of the Embassy in Germany:-
Details of the Embassy in Belgium:-

  1. Submit an original passport, valid for at least 6 months from date of submission and have at least 1 blank page for a visa stamp (amendment pages are not acceptable).
  2. Fill out the visa application form.
  3. Submit 1 passport-sized photograph or for first-time applicants or those who had visas issued before August 1998, 2 passport-sized photographs.
  4. Include a self-addressed registered or pre-paid air bill (FedEx, UPS, DHL, USPS Priority mail with tracking number ONLY) if processed visas are to be returned by mail or courier.
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  5. Payments must be made by money order (UNITED STATES OR CANADIAN DOLLARS ONLY), payable to the Embassy of Mozambique.
  6. No personal checks or cash will be accepted.
  7. The fee is non-refundable irrespective of the outcome of the application or in case of withdrawal of the application.

No fee is required for official and diplomatic passports, but a diplomatic note is required.


Outstanding amounts on daily rates are to be paid 30 days prior to arrival. Daily rates are charged per night spent in camp. Trophy fees are to be paid on the last day in camp. All payments are to be made in cash, certified bank draft or travelers cheques. (We do not accept personal cheques as they can take over a month to be cleared.)

License Fees
License fees are payable 30 days before your safari & are not refundable should the trophy not be taken. A general hunting license is also required by all clients at a cost of $500

Export of Trophies
A basic fee of $440 is charged per client for government paperwork. This covers Mozambique Customs, Veterinary Inspection & Wildlife Inspection.
For the Export of Trophies to SA, Trophy Exports Mozambique will handle this on your behalf. 

Packages are payable in full 30 days prior to the hunt. As they are sold at a discounted rate, in the unlikely event of the package trophies not being taken, no portion of the package is refundable.

A 50% deposit on the daily rate or 50% of the total cost of a hunting package is required to confirm the booking. The balance is payable 30 days prior to your safari. In the event of a cancellation, deposit is liable to forfeiture if we are unable to contract another safari to replace your booking and quota.

Health Precautions
Mozambique is a Malaria area & clients must take precautions. It is suggested, with your doctor’s approval that you take ” Malarone” tablets. 

Hunting season is from the 1st April to the 30th November.

Needed for Mozambique

  • Visa (Issued on arrival in Mozambique)
  • You need to send us the following:
    • A scanned colour copy of your passport.
    • A scanned colour copy of a passport size photograph.
    • A scanned copy of your US Customs form 4457 / Firearm License – which states the firearm details and proof of ownership of the firearms that you are bringing with you on your safari.
    • Please make sure the following is clearly written: – Make of firearm, Caliber of firearm and Serial Number of firearm.
    • Please note: rifle permits cost $250.00 / firearm / firearm.

The above information (passport, photo & gun license / 4457) must reach us at least 12 weeks before your hunt.

Customs and Immigration

We have a private Agent that will meet you at Beira with all your relevant paperwork. Please bring your passport. A fee of $50 is paid directly to the agent.