The following itineraries have been carefully selected to encompass the very best that East Africa can offer across many different budget ranges. These can either be completed as they are or modified to fit your exact requirements.
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Safari options in Mozambique are constantly growing with rising demand for new and exciting destinations a little further off the beaten track. New parks are being designated all the time in conjunction with local communities and with a refreshingly responsible attitude towards conservation and the long term preservation and reinstatement of ecosystems in mind.
Mozambique's environmental conservation areas cover approximately 12% of the country and include six National Parks and Six National Reserves.
Banhine National ParkComprising of open savannah, mopane and miombo forests, its home to lion, leopard, impala, kudu, nyala, sable, hippo, ostrich, crocodile and numerous other species. This park spans 6000 sq km of Mozambique and links up with other parks in South Africa and Zimbabwe to make the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Conservation Area.
Bazaruto Archipelago National ParkComprising of five magical islands the Bazaruto Archepelago lies 20km off the coast of the Inhambane Province, Mozambique. The 1,400 sq km protects dolphins, turtles, sharks and whales, plus 240 varieties of birds and numerous other marine species.
Gorongosa National ParkOne of the worlds best known conservation areas, this park lies on the south edge of the Great Rift Valley. You should expect to see lion, leopard, buffalo, elephant, warthog and zebra. Monkeys and Baboons, hippos and crocodile may also be seen along with 200 species of bird.
Limpopo National ParkLinked with the Kruger, in South Africa and Gonarezhou, in Zimbabwe this park also forms park of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Conservation Area. It has a wild array of different landscapes and is home to the 'Big Five' - Elephant, Rhino, Lion, Leopard and Buffalo. Plus a host of other game such as hyena, hippo and zebra.
Quirimbas National ParkSituated in the Cabo Delgado Province, Mozambique, this 7,500 sq km park covers both the mainland and eleven islands of the Quirimbus Archepelago. On land expect to see, elephant, buffalo, lion, leopard, hyena, jackal, wild dog and sable. In the water there are over 375 species of fish, dolphin, turtle, shark, whale and the rare dugong. This whole area also boasts an exceptionally wide variety of bird life.
Zinave National ParkYet another park which forms part of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Conservation Area, this is 4,000 sq km park is situated along the Save River in the far north-west of Inhambane Province. Lion, leopard, cheetah, hyena can be viewed along with bushbuck, impala, hippo and crocodile.
Chimanimani National ReserveSituated in Manica Province this 640 sq km reserve is home to buffalo, bushbuck, grey and red duiker, eland, oribi, reedbuck, sable, warthog and a wide variety of birds and reptiles many of which are endemic to the area.
Gile National ReserveThis mountainous reserve, in the north of Zambezi Province lists 95 species of of mammal - including elephant, lion, leopard, wild dog, hyena and waterbuck - and 114 species of bird.
Maputo National ReserveLinked with parks in Swaziland and South Africa this reserve, situated south of Maputo, now forms part of the Lumombo Transfrontier Conservation Area. The park is a major elephant stronghold but also is home to many other mammals and marine life.
Marromeu National ReserveSituated along the delta of the Zambezi River, in Sofala Province, this reserve has a huge population of buffalo and an extensive population of birdlife. Other wildlife include, elephant, lion, leopard, wildebeast and wild boar.
Nissa Game ReserveLocated in the Niassa Province, in the far north of Mozambique, this is the largest Game Reserve in the country. It has Mozambiques larges population of both elephant and wild dog. Lion, leopard, buffalo, giraffe, wildebeest and zebra may also be seen.
Pomene National ReserveSet on the dunes and sandy forests of the Inhambane Province coastline this small 126 sq km reserve is home to wildebeest, wild boar, grey monkeys and baboons.
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