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Explore Gorongosa

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  • 1. From colonization by the Portuguese in 1505 to today’s atmosphere of optimism;
    Mozambique is untouched Africa at it’s very best.
  • 2. Gorongosa National Park, in central Mozambique, was once the most wildlife-rich
    Safari destination in Africa.
  • 3. Three years ago, the park’s sad history and challenges dominated conversation. Today,
    as the park goes from strength to strength, the future is bright.
  • 4. Greg Carr and the Carr Foundation, working together with the government to restore
    Gorongosa to it’s past wildlife status.
  • 5. Working to protect the ecosystem, the wildlife and southern Africa’s only
    remaining rainforest.
  • 6. And most recently, Mt. Gorongosa has been added to the park limits.
  • 7. A critical water catchment, the parks entire ecosystem is threatened due to clear cutting of
    trees and over population on the mountain.
  • 8. Stunning opportunities for hiking and camping on the mountain.
  • 9. The waterfalls are especially inviting during the hot months of November and December!
  • 10. Again showcasing that people and wildlife can co-exist.
  • 11. A restoration plan founded on the marriage of community and conservation.
  • 12. Healthy lion populations continue to thrive…
  • 13. … particularly as Cape Buffalo were reintroduced late last year.
  • 14. Exciting new for 2011, cheetah reintroductions!
  • 15. In an age of “me too” luxuries, Explore Gorongosa gets it right with simple, traditional
    mobile camping safari experience.
  • 16.
  • 17. A light footprint and low environmental impact…
  • 18. At Explore Gorongosa you can enjoy a safari right in camp.
  • 19. As the wildlife comes to you!
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  • 21. Rob and Jos; the passion behind Explore Gorongosa and your excellent
    hosts while on safari in Gorongosa.

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