The Quirimbas Islands lie in the Indian Ocean off northeastern Mozambique, close to Pemba. The archipelago consists of about 27 islands. Originally home to fishing settlements, the islands' population grew around Arab trading posts and thrived under the Portuguese slave trade. The Quirimbas National Park, spanning an area of 1 500 km², protects most of the islands, which are partly surrounded by mangroves. The park was established in 2002. These islands are known for their high-quality diving sites, including phenomenal drop-offs, some up to 400 meters.
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