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Mozambique Safaris in Africa

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A safari of sunrises, unchartered waters, virgin beaches and lone palm trees. Of majestic rivers and waterfalls. We find that on these deserted white beaches we are able to make friends with someone we have known all our lives, ourselves. It is a safari for the romantic - moonlit beaches, ceilings of stars and carpets of sand. We meet Africa face to face, and in doing so, come away with emotions often buried by modern civilizations. We hope that those of you who join us on this tropical paradise safari will be enriched by the experiences we go through. The Luangwa Valley is the ultimate wildlife paradise. A special destination.


The safari departs from the The Rhino Lodge in Johannesburg.

Heading East, we spend two days in Swaziland"s Premier game reserve - Hlane Royal Park, where we are exposed to Swazi Culture and wild- life excursions. We spend seven days at four resorts on the Mozambique Coast, relaxing and feasting on seafood and solitude.

Our second week is cultural. We explore central Mozambique, before spending quality time at the Lake Of Stars - Lake Malawi. Visit the Capital Lilongwe before spending three days in the South Luangwa region, enjoying open Land Rover game drives and walks in this ultimate reserve in Africa. It does not get any better or wilder. Central Zambia and the Capital, Lusaka, before we embark on two days of adventure at the Victoria Falls.

Finally, we turn southwards, exploring the Makgadikgadi saltpans en route.

The safari concludes upon arrival back at the Rhino Lodge in Johannesburg.

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DAY 1:
We depart from our Guest Lodge in Johannesburg and head east for the Mountain Kingdom of Swaziland. Travel through typical African countryside to arrive at Hlane Royal National Park in the afternoon.
Set up camp, and at barbecue time, get to know each other around the campfire.

DAY 2:
Wake up early in order to do a game walk in search of the wildlife in the park.
Thereafter it"s back to camp for brunch. Siesta period is spent game-viewing or birding at the waterhole.
A late afternoon"s game walk rounds off the day.

DAY 3:
The Indian Ocean is calling! We pack up early to cross the border into Mozambique.
Our destination: the Lagoon of Bilene via Maputo. En route we transverse through sub-tropical plantations of cashew nut, banana, mango and paw-paw trees. The afternoon is spent exploring the markets, and experiencing the Afro-Portuguese culture.

DAY 4:
The road north leads past the Quissico Lagoon and Lake Poelela. The mystical turquoise blue of these waterways offers fantastic photographic opportunities.
We are heading for the secluded Bay of Tofu, a tropical peninsula in paradise.

DAY 5:
We enjoy snorkeling or diving the offshore reefs, long walks on the white beaches or a game of Volley Ball. Maybe even just relaxing at the beach bar, reading or writing to those unfortunate friends back home.

DAY 6:
Today we visit Old World Africa. Inhambane, one of the oldest European settlements in Southern Africa. We spend an extensive period exploring the Afro-Arabian culture mix, historic buildings and 200-year-old cathedral. Thereafter we board an ancient Arabian sailing vessel, the dhow, and cross the bay to Maxixe where we meet up with our guide and the vehicle.
A short journey on to Morrungulo, our tropical paradise camp for the next two nights.

DAY 7:
Time off in Morrungulo on the endless deserted beaches, where the coconut palms meet the ocean. The clear warm Indian Ocean is ideal for snorkeling and diving.
Whale watching trips are organized in season. All excursions can be booked at the campsite. NB: Look out for the falling coconuts! (Excursions own expense)

DAY 8:
Our destination, Blue Water Lodge at Vilankulo, a pristine beach lodge across from the Islands of the Bazaruto Archipelago. We spend the afternoon lazing about the terrace observing the islands whilst contemplating the excursion that tomorrow promises.

DAY 9:
The Bazaruto Archipelago was given National Park status in order to preserve the sensitive marine ecosystem that lies beneath the Indian Ocean waters. We do a comprehensive excursion by dhow to Magaruque Island. Here we spend time alone to snorkel and absorb the dramatic tropical beauty. Return to the mainland in time to freshen up and enjoy a seafood feast at the Blue Water Restaurant.

DAY 10:
It"s farewell to the beach sand and inland we head towards a picturesque setting called Casa Msika on the Chicamba Dam. We spend sunset at the poolside, sipping sundowners, the birding in the hills is fantastic.

DAY 11:
Today is a Third World African Experience, facilities are limited.
We leave Casa Msika after brunch and transverse dense bushland broken by many granite outcrops and local thatched villages. Cross the mighty Zambezi River on a suspension bridge to camp in a small third world mission campsite in Tete. Meet the local villagers tonight.

DAY 12:
After border formalities, we enter Malawi, the "Warm Heart of Africa" and head for the "Lake of Stars".
Lake Malawi, the final in the Great Rift Valley of Africa. The lake covers one third of the area of Malawi and is the lifeblood of the Malawi people. Camp on the white beaches of the Lake in a pristine campsite.

DAY 13:
Lake Malawi. The morning is spent at a major craft market purchasing exotic masterpieces, carved in Ebony. A fine example is the Malawian Chair.
You could lose yourself amongst the secretive coves of the bay enjoying the warm African sun, cool clear water and the cry of the fish eagle. Late afternoon onto Lilongwe, the Capital. Tonight enjoy a meal in a local restaurant.

DAY 14:
Early shopping in Lilongwe to re-stock supplies and finally it is time for wildlife in the South Luangwa National Park. This park is the ultimate game park in Zambia and is rated as one of the greatest National Parks in Africa.
After a strenuous drive, our campsite on the Luangwa River, bordering the National Park, is reached.
The evening is spent around the fire listening to the wild sounds of Africa.

DAY 15 & Day 16:
The absolute highlights of this safari are the game drives in an open 4x4 game-viewing vehicle in the pristine wilderness of South Luangwa National Park. On both days, we will do an extensive early morning game drive in search of the diurnal animals, hoping to observe elephant, buffalo, giraffe, zebra and a great variety of antelope species. This Park has over 400 species of birds and, for those who enjoy birding; the Reserve will fulfill many expectations. Return to camp for breakfast and siesta. We board the game-viewing vehicle in the late afternoon for an exciting night drive. Here we search for the nocturnal animals. The elusive leopard, a species for which this park is famous, might appear in our spotlight. The nocturnal animals we hope to find include Lion, Hyena, Civet, Genet and the Birds of the night. Enjoy our restaurant dinner whilst we share the excitement of the game drive experience. The local guide will surely be rewarded for his efforts, dedication and knowledge that he has so humbly shared with us.

DAY 17:
Leaving the Luangwa Valley today we make our way back to the great east road and onto a local campsite called The Zulu Kraal near Petuake or Bridge camp. (Road conditions).
Relax after the strenuous drive and share a beer with the local people.
Enjoy the Rural Zambian Culture.

DAY 18:
Midday finds us in the bustling city of Lusaka, where we have the chance to restock and enjoy civilization as we have come to know it. The late afternoon is spent enjoying the swimming pool and bar in our campsite.

DAY 19 & DAY 20:
One of the Seven Wonders of the World, Victoria Falls in Zambia, is our destination for the next two days. We have the opportunity to enjoy the myriad of adventure activities that are offered at the falls, be it Bungi Jumping, Rafting the mighty Zambezi, Elephant back riding and Micro or Ultralight flights over the Smoke that Thunders.
An enjoyable time.
NB: Victoria Falls entry own expense.

DAY 21:
On crossing over the Zambezi on a ferry, the group makes its way south to the Makgadikgadi Salt Pans for lunch. We camp in Francistown in a splendid campsite tonight. Dinner in the hotel.

DAY 22:
The final journey. On leaving Botswana today, we make our way down into South Africa through the Northern Province of the country, reaching the "City Of Gold" in the late afternoon.
The tour ends this afternoon upon arrival in the Johannesburg.
Enjoy an evening reminiscing about the incredible journey.


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