Limited to the North by the Provinces of Manica and Sofala, to the South and East by the Indian Ocean and to the West by the Province of Gaza, Inhambane is one of the most endowed regions of Mozambique for quality tourism.
Indeed, in addition to the excellent beaches that stretch along the coast of the Province and in the archipelago of Bazaruto, there are in the interior, natural parks where varied species of vegetation and animals can be observed.
In the city of Inhambane, capital of the Province, one can occupy the leisure time with visits to the local museum, monuments and places of worship that mark the passage of several peoples.
The cities of Maxixe, Quissico, and Vilankulo are other urban centers to visit for shopping or to appreciate natural beauties.
The dominant ethnic groups are the Mátshwa, the Bitonga and the Chopi.