Safety in Maputo


Stay Safe

Violent crime does not rise to the Johannesburg level but is still a problem. Occasional pickpocketing attempts do occur and are almost guaranteed on busy streets. At night, it is better not to walk around alone but you are generally fairly safe in the well-lit areas along Avenida 24 de Julho. Regardless of the hour, be smart when walking around: don't carry much around in the streets with you, and if you have a bag, keep it close to you.

If you have a cell phone, do not flaunt it: pickpockets have been known to take cellphones right out of people's hands while they are talking on them.

The local police are out of control and will target foreigners in the area around popular backpacker hostels, bus stations, etc. Carry a certified copy of your passport (not your real one) and a copy of your visa too, so that there is no potential problem with the police . 


Stay healthy

-Malarial prophylaxis is essential in all parts of Mozambique.
-Do not drink the tap water. "Your stomachs are not used to it."
-There is high HIV incidence. For your own safety, do not have unprotected sex.
-Prostitution is not prudent.

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