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The Quirimbas Archipelago

The Quirimbas National Park extends along the north-east coast of Mozambique and covers 750,639 hectares of coastal and mangrove forests, thriving coral reefs and a rich marine life including sea turtles, dugongs and hundreds of species of fish. The park was founded in 2002 to protect the region’s natural resources.

A WWF project ensures that local communities, park authorities and tourist operators share both the benefits and the responsibilities of managing the park both on land and at sea. The project focuses on fish monitoring programmes, the development of eco-tourism, conservation of marine life and maintaining natural habitats.