Mozambique - Niassa
The Niassa Reserve is known as one of the largest protected Miombo forest ecosystems in the world with a surface area of 42, 000 km2. The reserve is the largest conservation area of Mozambique and it contains by far the greatest concentration of wildlife in the country. It is located in northern Mozambique, covering parts of Cabo Delgado Province and nearly one third of Niassa Province. The Niassa Reserve core area of 22 000 km2 is bordered by the Rovuma River in the north (Tanzania border), Lugenda River in southeast, Luatize River southwest and Lussanhando River in the west. The total area is twice the size of Kruger National Park in South Africa.
Lugenda Bush Camp
US$ 560 per person sharing per night (Apr/May - Nov/Dec'14)
Included: Accommodation, all meals, teas/coffees, scheduled safari activities, refreshments on game drives, emergency medical evacuation insurance, conservation & park fees where applicable, laundry, soft drinks, bottled water, table wine, local spirits and beers
Rating: 5 Star
Children: No children u/12 years allowed!!!
Accommodation: 4 Luxury East-African Style Tents
Camp Closure: Due to the rainy season in the area, Lugenda Bush Camp will be operational from Apr/May to Nov/Dec each year. Final opening and closing dates are dependant on weather conditions.