Explore Gorongosa

If you have the time and inclination, three, four, seven or seventeen (!) nights at Explore Gorongosa Camp works quite well with a night or two out and about using a light fly-camp sited on secret big-tree-covered spots around our exclusive operating area within the Park and elsewhere in the region. This fly-camp - the Gorongosa SkyBeds - is set up in keeping with the pioneering camps of old, providing very light yet comfortable temporary accommodation whilst the camp’s inhabitants busy themselves messing about in the bush. The basics of great food, cold drinks and hot showers are taken care of by our excellent team. When camping on the summit of the Gorongosa Mountain, the Gorongosa SkyBeds are tailored to suit wet weather through the application of a light trekking bow tent. (It is advised if you are planning on climbing Mount Gorongosa, to bring wet weather gear... it is a rain-forest after all!) More Gorongosa National Park Accommodation

Explore Gorongosa Amenities

Gorongosa SkyBeds - The "rooms" are actually simple mosquito-gauze bow tents housing a snug bed complete with down duvet and cotton linen. The ablutions are a shared hot bucket shower and a waterless eco-loo, and the dining and lounge area comprises a campfire with some comfy stools scattered around it... But as quickly as you can say paradise, you're lying in bed in the middle of a sweeping floodplain, under a canopy of stars, with only a thin layer of gauze and canvas between you and... well, heaven really. Explorers Camp - Each suite has an alfresco 'en tent' bathroom comprising an eco-innovative waterless loo and a fantastic wash-in-the-wild shower designed to give you privacy and a feeling of freedom all at the same time. Enormous king-size doubles or extra-length twin single beds are available with snug down duvets and cotton linen and towels of highest quality (although for the sake of the yaks, we unfortunately do not have yak-milk-soaked Mongolian cotton!) One of our main aims in the design of the camp was to have as much of it home-made as possible, with much of it being sourced from the region.

Directions To Explore Gorongosa

Gorongosa National Park is easily accessible by road off the newly completed tarred national highway - the EN1 - which is the main north-south road running the length of Mozambique. The turn-off for the Park is approximately 30 kilometres north of Inchope, which is a small village at the junction of the EN1 and the main Beira-Mutare road, and the last stop for fuel before the Park. From the well signed turn-off from the EN1, it is a short 11 kilometre stretch of good gravel road to the main Park gate where Park entry fees are payable (200 MTN per person and 200 MTN per vehicle). From here it is a scenic 18 kilometres of very good gravel to Chitengo Camp (half an hour approximately) where you will be met by your guide at the Chitengo Camp reception. The Park is accessible by most high-clearance vehicles

Area Attractions

The greater Gorongosa region is ecologically unique situated at the southern most end of the Great African Rift Valley; as a result it is a region with high species diversity and environmental features found nowhere else in the sub-continent. The key to continued biodiversity and habitat preservation on the planet is to protect areas of ecological importance, such as the Gorongosa National Park and the surrounding water catchments, such as is found on nearby Mount Gorongosa.

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