- Beira, capital of Sofala province, is located about 1190 km north of Maputo, in the center of the Indian Ocean. It is a port city in the Mozambique Channel. The locality has city status since August 20, 1907, being the second largest city in Mozambique, after the country's capital, Maputo, with a population of 431,583 inhabitants according to the 2007 Census.
- The climate is humid tropical wet savanna, with high temperatures and humid in the summer, especially during the monsoon season
summer (southern hemisphere) from October to February.
- The tourist attractions include the Cathedral of Beira Beira, Railway Station, the Lighthouse River Macuti, Praia Grande and even Macuti
Hotel. The border is the gateway to the Gorongosa National Park, one of the major national parks of Mozambique, situated
170 km northwest of the city.
- The Edge is served by Beira International Airport located northeast of the city, with domestic and international flights.