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Spend a Sunday driving around in a 4x4 (in contrary to Kruger Park this is necessary and obliged). Expectation was not to see so many wild life, but saw a lot. Elephants were a bit far away (bring a binoculars ;) ).
Had a small...More
Had a really unpleasent experience with the company. They took us to the Maputo special reserve on a car without 4x4 wheel drive. Car got stuck in the sand some 5 minutes after entering the park. Guys had no idea how to get They also...More
The park is 4x4 only, thick sand and I suspect mud in summer. Staff were friendly. The roads are not well marked. We saw less game than I expected. All reports of the elephants in the park are that they are quite aggressive. The only...More
This reserve is a special place, definitelly worth visiting. Even if there were no wildlife, the beautiful scenery makes it worth a visit: bush, plains, reeds, lakes and - a cherry on the top - access to the beach. Have visited more than five times...More
Amazing landscapes, the scenario is magnificent. All rangers are very friendly and always willing to assist. It’s a plus that one has now tarred road all the way up to the main gate (except if coming from Kosy Bay/Ponta do Ouro). Once inside the park...More
Nice park with fantastic landscapes. Not that many animals but the rangers told me that they are making a plan to bring in more animals. The population of animals suffered a lot during the civil war that took 16 years and many animals were killed...More
Over the many years visiting Mozambique it really is special to note that changes in the MSR are constantly positive where better care is given to preserve the beauty and natural environment; assistance is given for wildlife to flourish with restocking programs and protection; and...More
It's a long drive +-3-4 Hours, but worth it. We didn't see elephants, lots of monkeys, buffalo and giraffe. There's no signs - so difficult when you don't have Tracks4Africa. The sand is thick, but we didn't have any difficulty and didn't get stuck. Scenery...More
We spend a lot of time on Inhaca island, which borders the Maputo Elephant Reserve. The wildlife was persecuted during and after the civil war until the country stabilized, but it is recovering very fast. Each time we visit, we see hippos, crocs and elephant....More