Lugenda tent double room interior

Lugenda Wilderness Camp

Lugenda Wilderness Camp is not known by many travelers therefore retains its sense of wildness and remoteness – enticing people who want tranquillity in nature. You can find this beautiful camp in the Niassa National Reserve in a northern corner of Mozambique.

Luxury in the backwoods – Lugenda Wilderness Camp is for greenies who love a bit of comfort and who love the harsh splendour that is Africa. You will be amazed at the grand scale of the scenery that surrounds you when you go out on 4×4 safaris and birding drives to see plentiful animals in their natural habitat. You will be treated to a candlelight dinner on the banks of the Lugenda River – unbelievably romantic and unforgettable.

When you set off on this journey of discovery into northern Mozambique, why not throw in a few nights at an island lodge in the Quirimbas Archipelago, not too far from Niassa National Reserve as far as the fish eagle flies? This way, you marry the bush escape with an Island break where the culture of the Portuguese, the Arabs, Dutch, Indian and Chinese blend into a pot of fascinating history.

The Lugenda-Ibo package deal includes return airport transfers, accommodation, and breakfast, non-motorised water sports at Ibo Island and scheduled safari activities at Lugenda, drinks and mini bar.

What a contrast of settings – from eight luxury tents on the banks of the mighty Lugenda River under huge fig trees in a huge reserve, to a large restored lodge on a small island full of local people and mind-boggling cultural history, water sports and picture post card sunsets.

In Lugenda, you will appreciate the king size beds after long game drives, the baths and ceiling fans. Help yourself from the bar before a meal of fresh, wholesome ingredients, at night dining in the boma under the African night sky. In Ibo, you will sit on the rooftop terrace and marvel at the seascape as it turns pink before your eyes, then sit down to fresh crayfish, prawns and crab!

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