A Self Drive from the Kruger National Park to Inhambane Mozambique.
Day 1-2: Kruger National Park.
- Pafuri Camp Kruger National Park
- We make our way through the Parque Nacional do Limpopo(Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park)
- Two nights Wild camping
- Turtles in their natural environment
- Inhambane - Beach Casas
- Sun, Sand, Sea
We meet at 13:00pm in the Kruger National Park - Letaba Camp. After a formal meet and great we make our way north to our first camp, just south of Mopani Camp. The Second night will be at Pafuri Camp. (Lunch Own Expense first day) D.
Day 3-4: Parque Nacional do Limpopo, 2 nights wild Camping.
This self-drive route traverses Parque Nacional do Limpopo, the magnificent wilderness area that lies adjacent to Kruger and is Moçambique’s contribution to the 3.7 million hectare Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park. We start from Pafuri border in Kruger and set out on this awe-inspiring adventure through the border post located at Pafuri, going south. We spend 2 nights at different wild camps. (B,D)
Day 5: Limpopo Trans frontier Park - Massinger. +/- 4Hours
The Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park is a massive national park. It links Mozambique's Limpopo National Park
(formerly Coutada 16), South Africa's Kruger National Park
, and three Zimbabwean conservation areas to form a protected area of 35,000 km2. The relocation of some 1000 elephants from the over crowded Kruger to the Limpopo National Park began in 2001, and in March 2004 a plan was executed that should increase the size of the peace park to all of 99,800 km2. We set up camp at Albufeira, which is situated close to the Massinger Dam. (B, D)
Day 6: Bilene Mozambique, Camping 183km+/- 4Hours
In Bilene we will stay in a very scenic place. The next day an early morning swim in the clear waters of the inland lake that stretches for 27 km, breakfast is served where after you can relax on the beach or at our accommodation. The rest of the day you can familiarize yourself with the local fisherman and maybe even go prawning with them. This is an excellent time to immerse you in their culture and get to know how the locals live. There is a local market where you can find an assortment of curious and a walk through of the town is a must. Your guide will organize a trip across the lake and take you to one of the best places to see the turtles that make Mozambique there home. (B,D)
Day 7-9: Inhambane- Banda’s. 259km, +/-4.5Hours
After breakfast we move south and then north along the coast, our next stop is the ancient trading port of Inhambane. Clients will enjoy a trip across the bay on a traditional Dhow while the guide drives around to meet them in town. We spend some time exploring and visiting the bustling local market before continuing to our beach camp under the Coconut Palms on the beach. We will enjoy three nights in relative comfort, staying in Casitas at this camp. During our time here we will relax, snorkel, and soak up the sun whilst exploring the deserted beaches that Mozambique is so well known for. On the last night we enjoy a catered meal (own expense). Those who wish to have the options of scuba diving or horse riding on the beach (own expense). (B, D)
Tour comes to and end. Return home after an enjoyable journey through the Bushveld and the pristine Mozambique beaches.
All accommodation, Lodges all transfers, game drives and activities as per the itinerary, all meals that are indicated (B - breakfast, L - lunch, D - dinner), tea/coffee, services of a professional guide, entry and activities included as per the above itinerary.
Restaurant meals, visa, tips, curios, optional excursions beverages (alcohol, soft drinks and bottled mineral water), insurance to cover for cancellation and curtailment, medical insurance, baggage, emergency evacuation and flights. Entry into the Kruger National Park.