Mozamboogy Festival - South Africa


31.07.2019 - 04.08.2019

Mozamboogy Festival

South Africa
Ponta Malongane Rest Camp
Kosi Bay Ponta Malongane, Ponta do Ouro, Mozambique

Located on a pristine tropical beachfront, festival goers will be dazzled with a colourful display of lighting and an even more colourful array of music.

Gepostet von Mozamboogy am Dienstag, 9. Januar 2018


Mozamboogy Festival

Mozamboogy – described as “mozam – magic” is an unique psytrance experience. Simply imagine yourself stomping barefoot on the sea sand and partaking in one of life’s most memorable adventures.

To quote some of our fellow Boogiers:
“Wow What a magical experience”
“Thank you Thank you for my very first Boogy, and it won’t be my last. I must’ve stolen a piece of everyones sunshine, because I still feel so full of light”
“Still in amazement about this beautiful festival!”
“I had heard great stories of “The Boogy” and tales of mozam-magic and I can confirm, it is not a word of a lie”

Mozamboogy is much more to do than just another psytrance party. Included in your festival ticket you can join various workshops – from early morning yoga sessions on the beach through to poi lessons, slackline walking and much more. Go for walks on the beach, enjoy a shopping session in the local crafts market in the village of Molangane, consume fresh prawns at one of several restaurants and learn to appreciate the ever famous local alcoholic drink of choice “R and R”, a mix of local Rum and Rasberry cooldrink.

Life is fleeting – get out there and enjoy the beginning of a Great Adventure.

The festival on the map

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More about Mozamboogy Festival

An all encapsulating adventure, starting as it should; at the beginning - the journey there through the ever changing scenic landscapes of South Africa ..... the exploration of new places and uncharted territories for most..... being part of this fun-loving, intimate, loyal and dedicated collective - "the Boogy Followers"..... they go the distance (in so many ways) {respect}. imagine spending your time strolling along on a pristine white beach, exploring unparalleled ocean life (great for scuba diving), or experiencing an ocean safari (go swim with the local dolphins). Venture through the small rural village's craft markets, local bars and restaurants, experience the local cuisine and soak up the Mozambique culture. Participate in yoga workshops on the beach, or simply take a walk, swim or do what you all do so well: DANCE TO THE RHYTHM OF GREAT PSY-TRANCE MUSIC. A collection of carefully selected, DJ's covering music genres such as (well most importantly) PSY TRANCE, a bit of PROG, some TECHNO, a smidgen of GLITCH, a pinch of DARK PSY, a couple of hours of CHILL, CLASSIC SKA,... even allowing the "old timers" to strut their stuff during our VINYL SESSIONS hosted on the notorious “ upper deck” dance floor / bar (the most idyllic setting – overlooking the open seas of the magnificent Indian Ocean). All – in – All Mozamboogy is highly recommended for your “bucket list”, …… as we say, “it’s the Beginning of A Great Adventure”. We hope to see you there.
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Mandy Anne Hubbard

Jonathan Roberts Greg Mc Bride

Boogy woogy! I love you guys, go further!

Going into next years leave plan forsure❤️

Wont be the same anymore since the tarring of the roads😢😢😢😢


Casey McGahan♥️😬

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3 months ago


Next year we drive to Mozamboogy via Maputo. The bridge that connects Maputo with the tar road to Ponta do Ouro is ready for opening and is expected to be opened on Saturday.Ponte Maputo - Ka Tembe ... See MoreSee Less

Next year we drive to Mozamboogy via Maputo. The bridge that connects Maputo with the tar road to Ponta do Ouro is ready for opening and is expected to be opened on Saturday.Image attachmentImage attachment


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Evan Kotton

Arie Smit

The road is not tar its asphalt.😉

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