Travelling to San Martinho Beach Club ™

Each traveller over the age of 18 years, crossing into Mozambique is allowed to import the following for personal consumption only:

Tobacco products: 200 cigarettes, or 100 cigarillos or 50 cigars

Alcohol: 1 litre spirits or 2,5litre wine (3 standard bottles) No beer is allowed to be imported into Mozambique. The local beer is excellent and the famous 2M (Dois M), Laurentina and Manhica brands are readily available. Other imported brands such as Castle, Amstel, Windhoek, Millers, Heineken and Peroni can be obtained at the market at Malongane.

Perfume: 50ml perfume or 250ml Eau de Toilette

Medicine: A reasonable amount for personal use

Food Provisions

If you be taking food provisions (vacuum pack meat, fruit and vegetables if possible) purchased outside of Mozambique with you, we recommend keeping the till slips. This could make the inspection process by Custom officials easier, should you be asked to prove the items’ value. It is recommended that the till slips should not amount to more than R1000 and the date of purchase should be as close as possible to the date that you are entering Mozambique.