Michael T, Brendan T.
Mozambique's only official language is Portugese, which is spoken from about half the population as a second language.
Here is some art from Mozambique showing the civil war they went through. In fact, they are still recovering from war.
Here is just some art from a Mozambican artist.
Another style of art from Mozambique.
In 1998, 99.66% of the population was made up of indigenous tribal groups, including the Shangaan, Chokwe, Manyika, Sena, and Makua. Overall, there are 10 major ethnic clusters. The largest, residing north of the Zambezi, is the Makua-Lomwé group, representing about 37% of the total population. It is estimated 4 million Makua are the largest ethnic group of the country and are dominant in the northern part of the country — the Sena and Shona (mostly Ndau) are prominent in the Zambezi valley, and the Shangaan (Tsonga) dominate in southern Mozambique.
Like most any other place on the planet, you can take a plane to get to mozambique.