Adventure into Africa's last great wilderness - hardly disturbed for decades - where huge herds of game roam in ancient forests.
All year around
The Quirimbas islands are just one of the attractions of northern Mozambique. There are also unspoilt coastal lodges both south & north of Pemba.
The lively town of Pemba is a complete contrast to the tranquility of the Quirimbas but has its own unique appeal with its huge natural harbour, Wimbe beach and atmospheric souk market.
On the Eastern side of the Niassa Reserve lies Manda Wilderness Community Trust. This private concession is the base for the charming Nkwichi Lodge. Northern Mozambique, particularly the Niassa Reserve, has become less accessible in recent years. There is virtually no tourism infrastructure and so we cannot arrange road transfers.
However, a Mozambique safari is not about ticking off game sightings. The wildlife is unused to game vehicles and remains skittish. So a safari in Mozambique is more about enjoying this vast and untrammeled wilderness.
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