Gorongosa National Park is Mozambique’s flagship conservation area with a remarkable history; before the onset of civil war in the 1970’s, the Park was considered one of Africa’s finest, with large populations of herbivores and predators alike.
Due to the incredible amount of wildlife, this area was affectionately referred to as the place where Noah left his Arc. Now the Park is seeking to re-establish the wildlife numbers of the past for the benefit of Mozambique and the continent as a whole, a project initiated by the Government of Mozambique and the Carr Foundation.
a Mozambique safari at Gorongosa National Park contains a an intriguing diversity of animals, birds and plants - some of which are found nowhere else in the world. The Park is home to significant populations of oribi, reedbuck, waterbuck, warthog and sable, with large herds of the latter up to 120 animals per herd! Predators are re… Read More