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Outlandish asking prices

Start your bargain with a tenth or third of the price and work your way up to a compromise. For... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Good place for souvenirs but bargain hard

We came here twice - first time we got a large Mozambique flag - the price started at MTM2000 and... read more

Reviewed 25 September 2017
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Start your bargain with a tenth or third of the price and work your way up to a compromise. For example, the T-shirts started at MZN 8000 but whittled it down to 4K. They also use the line that you take pity by paying the...More

Thank C R
Reviewed 25 September 2017

We came here twice - first time we got a large Mozambique flag - the price started at MTM2000 and we got it down to MTM1000. They took the money very grudgingly but I reckon I could have gone lower... The second time we got...More

Thank wombatdavid
Reviewed 17 February 2017

It's a park with many shops selling local arts and crafts. The sellers are shameless at starting negotiations with sky-high prices, but bargaining is part of the fun here. Don't buy anything at the price they tell you, you can usually go down 2-fold, often...More

Thank shvarz
Reviewed 30 May 2016 via mobile

Nice handicraft market. It has hundreds of kiosk selling hand made products. From sandal wood to typical textiles. Is a nice experience and sellers can try to put high prices but there is always room for negotiation. Most of sellers are also producers. Huge variety...More

Thank Andreageneva
Reviewed 30 June 2015

Parque dos Continuadores and FEIMA is the same place. It is a must place for tourists to visit and buy souvenirs. It is a recommended place. Walk around is safe and restaurants around.

Thank RaulSidonio
Reviewed 13 February 2015

Over a hundred boutique-y shops. Many are owned by one person, so beware when price comparison. This was the best place we found for gifts in the area. You have to bargain hard with them. They take dollars, rand and meticals, so that can be...More

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Reviewed 5 February 2015

What is not to like about craftsmen working in a lovely park setting and selling their souvenirs. Although some of the products look similar, you can find some unusual items and some old pieces that may be good collectors items. There is also selection of...More

Thank Jenny B
Reviewed 9 January 2015

This is a nice park jammed full of lots of very interesting local items for souvenir hunters and tourists. There is a little café inside too. The lake seems to have dried up though and there are piles of rubbish scattered on the sides. However,...More

Thank LondonXYZ1973
Reviewed 8 January 2015

If you want to buy curious or just have a relaxed walk that ends in a nice cold beer. Try the Italian restaurant or wait for the last weekend of the month and go to the Food Fair. If you choose the Mozambican food restaurant...More

Thank NunoRosario
Reviewed 28 November 2014

locals selling their wares, dont take a hand bag with you, can pick up some nice pieces, locals pursue non stop when you are there

Thank Pola M
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