Mozambique is a ribbon-like country, with a 2 500km coastline lapped by the warm waters of the Indian Ocean. So it's hardly surprising then that when most people think of Mozambique, the first image that springs to mind is sandy, palm-fringed beaches. Mozambique might be known now for its white sandy beaches, but only few people know Mozambiquean wildlife parks. Only recently the transfrontier Limpopo National Park opened its gate between South Africa and Mozambique. This means that travelling between those two countries can be done easy now and making it possible to combine exciting bush with white sandy beaches.
Marchampane Wilderness Lodge
Bounded by the Limpopo and Olifants rivers, the park is home to a wide variety of bird- and wildlife. This magnifi cent wilderness area lies adjacent to Kruger National Park and is Moçambique’s contribution to the 3,3million hectare Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park.This undiscovered corner of Southern Africa offers one of Mozambiques finest but basic wilderness lodges. Staying here is a true wilderness experience and you could go on multiple day hikes through the bush in the tranquility and seclusion or stay in the luxury tented camp.
Lugenda Wilderness Lodge
Lugenda Wildlife Reserve in the Niassa province is an untouched & undiscovered 42 000 square kilometer expanse of wilderness. Lugenda Wilderness Camp is situated within this magnificent reserve on the eastern bank of the Lugenda River amongst the Ngalongue Mountains (towering inselbergs or Island Mountains). There are sacred sites on the mountain and Batwa (Pigmy) paintings possibly dating back 4 000 years have recently been found in the Reserve. Daily game drives and walks can be arranged, you decide when you want to go.
On the wild shore of Lake Niassa, the 9th largest lake in the world, is where we built Nkwichi lodge. At 560km long, 80km wide and up to 700m deep, it forms the eastern border between Malawi and Mozambique. The lake's fresh water is crystal clear and contains a greater variety of indigenous fish species of than any other lake in the world.Nkwichi Lodge lies on the Mozambique shoreline at one of the most beautiful points on the lake. With a maximum of only 14 people staying at Nkwichi, the lodge can offer guests the highest levels of service in a relaxed atmosphere.
Dugong Beach Lodge is situated on the East-African Seaboard, on the Coast of Mozambique within the boundaries of the “Vilanculos Coastal Wildlife Sanctuary", the first privately managed Specially Protected National Park in Mozambique. Located on 30 000 hectares of pristine Marine and Wildlife territory, it provides a unique beach & wilderness experience in a hidden corner of sub-tropical Africa. Its crystal clear water is host to a magnificent array of fish, dolphin and most importantly, the nearly extinct “Atlantic Dugong” (which resembles a sea lion). The lodge offers 12 luxuriously appointed, air-conditioned chalets with direct access to the beach via individual walkways