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Write Your Adventure with Secreto Travel

Are you a FEMALE TRAVELLER who prefers not to travel solo but craves the company of fellow explorers with the SAME SPIRIT?

of our planet?

You are an ADVENTURER AT HEART, yet also appreciate a touch of comfort and organisation?

Well, look no further!
SECRETO TRAVEL – WILD & RAW ADVENTURE TOURS is your ticket to unforgettable adventures!


Exclusive Female Bond

Our tours provide a unique space for female travellers to connect and bond with 
like-minded women+.

Tailored Experiences

Our tours are thoughtfully designed for adventure travellers, whether it’s activity, culture or relaxation, we cater to it all.

Professional Guides

Expertise and professionalism is unique for our local guides. Female travellers can trust that they’re in capable hands.

Staying Active

Secreto Travel brings you activities that not only set your body in motion but also awaken your soul. With our outdoor adventures, boredom is simply not an option!

Personal Contact

We are committed to exceptional customer service and readily available to answer questions and assist before, during and after your trip.

Passion for Adventure

Our team shares your enthusiasm for exploring the world and is dedicated to
providing memorable experiences.

Reviews Of Our Guests

VANESSADuisburg, Germany
Mozambique off the beaten path
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My stay in Mozambique was one of the best vacations of my life! It was simply like being in paradise - from the warm-hearted people to the top-notch guides.

The activities were just insane. I could unwind and experience loads of action simultaneously. The entire organization was simply superb.

Tofo in Mozambique has an unmatched vibe, incredibly friendly people and an atmosphere that utterly fascinated me. I can hardly wait to come back!
KATHRINKrefeld, Germany
Mozambique off the beaten path
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Tofo is a seaside paradise. We witnessed whales jumping on the horizon daily and during a snorkelling trip with Jenny, we had a whale shark right beneath us: an incredible experience.

We went diving and embarked on day trips to remote locations we wouldn't have found without Sectreto Travel. Thanks to Jenny's excellent local connections, we had individual tours to 'lost places,' like a paddle excursion through the mangroves from an abandoned former luxury hotel, followed by dinner at one of the finest, albeit secluded restaurants run by a French couple.

One of the best vacations in a long time and definitely a worthwhile and memorable journey.
STEPHBristol, UK
Mozambique off the beaten path
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I felt like I was in paradise. Tofo has a unique charm and Jenny managed to show me the best and most adventurous spots that I might have never seen in my life without Secreto Travel.

This journey was simply breath-taking. I discovered secluded gems far from the tourist crowds, tried delicious Mozambican specialties and even went diving with Manta rays! Definitely a trip that was worth it!

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Frequently Asked Questions

Visa requirements change rapidly. For detailed and up-to-date information, please refer to the Foreign Office’s travel and safety advisories of your country. In general, you need a passport valid for at least 6 months from the start of your journey with sufficient blank pages.

Please find an overview with the key information:

For entry into Mozambique for tourism purposes lasting up to 30 days, the following citizens no longer require a visa:

-Ivory Coast
-Russian Federation
-Saudi Arabia
-South Korea
-United Kingdom
-United Arab Emirates
-United States of America

Travellers must be able to show a return ticket and accommodation upon request by border officials. Additionally, a fee of 650 MZN (approximately 10 USD) is levied.

We can assist you with accommodation proof. Please contact us!

For more information refer to: https://www.embassymozambique.se/Visa_Requirements.html

German citizens do not require a visa for entry for tourism purposes lasting up to 30 days. An entry stamp is issued upon arrival. A passport valid for at least 3 months with a minimum of 2 free pages for stamps is required.

All visitors must have passports with a minimum validity of 3 months. Tourists from Commonwealth countries, including EU nations, Japan, and the USA, do not need visas to visit Eswatini. 

Please refer to your countrie’s foreign office for more information.

South Africa:

German citizens and many other (EU) countries generally do not need a visa for tourist stays. A visitor’s visa is granted on arrival for a planned stay of up to a maximum of 90 days for German citizens. A valid passport with two free pages for entry and exit stamps is required.

The list of all the countries on the visa exemption list: http://www.dha.gov.za/index.php/immigration-services/exempt-countries.

Please refer to your countrie’s foreign office for more information.

German citizens can enter for tourism purposes for up to 90 days without a visa. An entry stamp is issued upon arrival. A passport valid for at least 6 months with a minimum of 2 free pages for stamps is required.

As of the 1 August 2016, all citizens of countries with which Namibia has VISA Exemption Agreements will be allowed to enter into Namibia for no longer than three (3) months per calendar year and will get Visitor’s Entry Permit (VEP) endorsement stamps at the Port of entry.

You find the list of countries here: https://www.namibiahc.org.uk/fees-and-requirements.php

German citizens do not require a visa for entry with a regular passport. An entry permit for tourist purposes is granted free of charge upon arrival at border stations. The stay is limited to a maximum of 90 days per calendar year. The same applies to many other countries.

Find the complete list here: https://www.botswanaembassy.org/page/guidelines-for-completing-a-visa-application

Our trips are generally offered without flight services.

We strive to collaborate with other women-led businesses. For a professional flight advisory and booking service, we recommend:

Travel Service Sandra Wechsler-Schoch
WhatsApp Call: +41 767221012

Our journey in Mozambique starts in Vilanculos, best reached from Johannesburg (South Africa) or Maputo (Mozambique) airports.

For our South Africa motorcycle trip, you’ll need to land in Port Elizabeth (South Africa), best reached from Johannesburg or Durban. It’s possible to take a rental car, but domestic flights are more convenient.

For the Namibia motorcycle trip, you’ll land in Windhoek. It’s possible to take an internal flight to Walvis Bay, where the journey starts. Pick-ups are available from both airports.

Consult Sandra or a travel agency or airline of your choice. Or contact us; we’re happy to assist.

Additional overnight stays may be necessary, extending the itinerary and not included in our tour price.

After your non-binding inquiry, you will receive an offer and additional information from us via email, tailored to your request. Once all your questions are clarified, you can informally accept the offer via email.

If you have specific requests, we need to confirm the special services with our partners. This confirmation process typically takes about 1-5 business days.

Our deposit is 30%. The remaining amount must be paid at least 30 days prior to the trip.

For last-minute bookings made within four weeks before departure, the entire trip price is due at booking.

Upon confirming our offer, you will receive a booking confirmation and invoice from us, along with the travel insurance certificate and additional information about the trip.

After making the initial payment as specified in the invoice, you will receive the detailed travel documents.

Additional costs before your trip include flights, potential overnight stays and visas.

On-site, you’ll need money for meals, drinks and activities not included in the tour price.

It’s advisable to budget for tips, especially for our local guides and skippers.

Yes. You’ll occupy a regular double room alone. Depending on the accommodation and room category, the single room supplement will be calculated.

If you book a double room, which cannot be occupied by an additional traveler up to 30 days before the trip, we have to charge half of the single room supplement.

Some tours do not offer single occupancy options. Please check the information in our tour overviews.

You can cancel your trip anytime, requiring a written notification via email.
Details about cancellation fees are in our terms and conditions.

We aim to create an atmosphere where women can discover, empower and inspire each other in line with “female empowerment”.

Our goal is to serve as role models for other women, encouraging them to pursue their own dreams and adventures and turn them into reality.

Particularly in our motorcycle journeys, we focus on enabling women to surpass their limits and find the courage to surpass themselves in ways distinct from men. In an all-female group, unique dynamics emerge during riding, learning, guiding and conquering fears, unlike those in mixed groups.

We use the term women+ (plus) to refer to any individual who identifies as a woman or with femininity, including non-binary individuals.

We always strive to find local female partner organizers on-site. However, in other cultures, it’s not always customary for leadership roles to be held by women.

Particularly in the motorcycle industry, there’s still a strong male dominance, which is why we also rely on male guides. In certain countries, having male companionship is advantageous and sometimes even necessary.

While Africa has had some bad press in recent years for violent crime, environmental disasters and dangerous diseases, very little of this nature happens in the tourist areas through which we will be travelling. Petty crime – pickpocketing and theft – happens, as it does in all tourist destinations. A few simple precautions, like keeping your wallet and mobile phone in an inside pocket and leaving nothing unattended should mean a trouble-free tour.

The healthcare system in the country is vastly different from that in Europe and often presents challenges in terms of personnel, technology, equipment and/or hygiene.

Tofo and Vilanculos, our main destinations, do not have reliable healthcare facilities. Small, modestly equipped pharmacies with medications for common illnesses and malaria are available. However, the small local hospital in Inhambane does not meet European standards. Specialist doctors can only be found in the capital city, Maputo. Comprehensive medical services and reliable surgery are available in South Africa.

If you suffer from chronic illnesses or require regular medication, it’s essential to bring an adequate supply from home.

During your stay abroad, it is advisable to obtain international health and evacuation insurance and carry your own customized travel medical kit.

Diving Information:
There is no decompression chamber in Mozambique. The nearest decompression chamber is in South Africa.

Detailed information about local healthcare is available on the Foreign Office’s website.

Tropical regions in our travel destinations include for example Mozambique, Eswatini, Malawi and Botswana.

It is recommended to keep routine vaccinations up to date, including polio. Additionally, hepatitis A and B vaccinations are advisable.

Please inform yourself about your malaria prophylaxis due to the year-round risk in some regions. Wearing long clothing in the evenings and using mosquito repellents suitable for tropical regions is recommended.

Detailed information on immunization and malaria is available on the Foreign Office’s website or through a travel medicine consultation of your choice.

The food supply in Mozambique is seasonal, local, and often limited. Specialized food items and restaurant offerings exist due to imports from neighboring South Africa.

A vegetarian or vegan lifestyle is possible but somewhat restricted in choice. Given the country’s poverty, many local dishes consist of rice with beans or rice with Matapa (similar to spinach). However, the food selection in Tofo remains diverse due to tourism. There are always vegetarian and vegan options available and there’s even a completely vegetarian restaurant with delicious dishes, salads and fresh fruits.

Fish: Fish is locally caught here. Traditional fishermen paddle wooden boats far into the ocean and bring back their catch to Tofo, where it’s available on selected days at the small marketplace. To ensure the fish served in restaurants is not imported, inquire beforehand. Some specific types of fish are also kept frozen for tourists.

Meat: Offerings include burgers and chicken. Classic beef or pork is less commonly found.

Here’s a variety of flavors you can look forward to:

  • Japanese & Sushi
  • Indian
  • Vegetarian/Vegan
  • Asian Fusion
  • Mozambican
  • Italian
  • South African
  • Burgers
  • Fish

The food supply in South Africa and Namibia is highly diverse, catering to various tastes.

The traditional “Braai” culture, meaning classic grilling or BBQ, is well-known. Therefore, the offerings in South Africa and Namibia are predominantly meat-based. However, many restaurants now offer vegetarian and sometimes vegan options. The selection might be limited, especially outside major cities like Cape Town, Johannesburg or Windhoek

All our inclusive round-trip activities such as boat trips, snorkeling, Ocean Safari or kayaking are suitable for beginners. You should have a basic level of fitness and be able to assess your own capabilities. Participation in water activities requires the ability to swim. No further special prior knowledge is necessary. The only requirements are the love for nature, wildlife, being active and curiosity for new experiences.

Consider local temperatures for sun protection and sufficient hydration.

Our motorcycle-related tour offerings require a basic to good level of fitness. They don’t demand high-performance skills but rather general health and the ability to handle moderate physical exertion without excessive strain. Having basic off-road riding skills or completing basic training at home before the trip is beneficial.

Check our tour description. Most of our tours vary widely, ranging from pure off-road to paved roads. Therefore they can be suitable for beginners.

Using our “star category”, which relates to road conditions and riding skills, you can assess whether you feel up to the tour or simply give us a call with your questions.

Of course, a valid motorcycle license is always a prerequisite.

Yes, you need your own protective gear, including a helmet and boots. Riding with appropriate protective gear is mandatory and failure to do so disqualifies you from participation.

You’ll need:

Helmet: preferably a cross/enduro helmet with a visor to protect against the sun or suitable full-coverage motorcycle sunglasses. Ventilation is advantageous with these helmets due to perspiration while riding.

Boots: enduro/motocross boots that cover below the knee

Protective Gear:

  • Knees
  • Elbows
  • Back and chest protection
  • Shoulders
  • Hips
  • Hands

“Layer”-clothing for dirt/gravel/off-road-tours:

Protective gear must be integrated or fit under/over your clothing!

  • motorcycle pants (e.g. enduro pants)
  • motorcycle jacket
  • lightweight and breathable
  • moisture-wicking
  • allows freedom of movement
  • fleece for colder regions
  • high motorcycle socks

Leather gear is less suitable for off-road tours (less breathable). Not a problem for asphalt road tours. Seek advice from a professional motorcycle gear outfitter.


We collaborate with local partners who have different insurance policies.

There are tours in which the motorcycle is fully insured, or the deductible is in the range of €1,000 to €2,000, which you must bear in case of damages, up to the complete coverage of damages in accidents by you. Please check the tour description for details.

Ideally, you should have private accident and liability insurance that covers motorcycle riding and is globally valid.

Please ensure your travel health insurance includes (emergency) transports. The nearest hospital might be far away.

Participation is generally at your own risk. You should accurately assess your health and fitness suitability.

Private accident and travel health insurances do not necessarily include diving. Make sure that this sport is covered in your policy.

Diving medical examinations, certifying your fitness, are often required on-site. You should undergo this examination before your trip. To determine your suitability for diving, a diving medical examination must be conducted. It’s advisable to consult your general practitioner or research which local doctors offer this service in your region. Following the examination, you will receive a diving fitness certificate. This certificate is a prerequisite for participating in courses and dives. An essential requirement is also the ability to swim.

Safety always comes first: The shallow reefs begin at approximately 5 meters depth (for beginner dives). The maximum depth for advanced dive sites is 30 meters. Deep dives (for advanced divers) are limited to a depth of 30 meters for safety reasons, strictly avoiding decompression dives. A decompression chamber is not always available, for instance, in Mozambique. The nearest decompression chamber may only be found in South Africa.