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February 2011 Mozambique Update February 2011 Mozambique Update Presentation Transcript

  • 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.
  • A restoration plan founded on the marriage of community and conservation.
  • Gorongosa National Park: Wildlife Count Numbers are in!
  • In an age of “me too” luxuries, Explore Gorongosa gets it right with simple, traditional
    mobile camping safari experience.
  • Rob and Jos, the passion behind Explore Gorongosa, the first private tourism initiative
    in this park. Going into it’s third season, Explore Gorongosa is established and the
    feedback has been great.
  • 2011 rates from US$440 per person per night sharing. Camp currently accommodates
    10, capacity will increase to 12 in July 2011.
  • One night free special: From the 1st April – 15th July and from the 1st September
    – 30th November, we have a stay for 5 nights, pay for 4 nights special.
    Family special: From the 1st April – 15th July and from the 1st September – 30th
    November, parents pay full rates, 1st child pays 75%, 2nd child pays 50%, 3rd child
    pays 75%, 4th child pays 50%. If any child or adult wishes to have a single tent,
    the usual 50% single supplement applies.
    Minimum of 5 nights required. This special cannot be used
    in conjunction with the free night special.
  • Now in it’s second season, Coral Lodge 15.41 has launched extensive kids activities.
  • Further, Coral Lodge 15.41 offers one of the most unique cultural experiences in Africa.
  • The two Cabaceiras – Cabaceira Grande and Cabaceira Pequena – as the villages on the
    peninsulas are called, are beautiful and untouched. Also, these areas were once
    important outposts for the likes of Vaso Da Gama. These cities, steeped in history,
    enjoyed their “golden age” in the 17th and 18th centuries.
  • The people here have lived in complete isolation for nearly 100 years. This isolation has
    sheltered them from HIV and Civil War, but also made it very hard for them to advance.
  • Coral Lodge 15.41 rack rates from $425 per person per night sharing for 2011 season.
  • Ask about our detailed services directory, we’ll gladly send you a copy, the most
    complete source of info about Coral Lodge and the surrounding area.
  • Mozambique Voyages has access to unique special offers, make sure you’re on their list!
  • Long the region’s dive experts, join us for a diving webinar in February.