Lugenda Wilderness Camp
This camp is situated in what is believed to be one of the most exclusive safari destinations in Africa; the Lugenda Wildlife Reserve. The camp is located on the bank of the Lugenda River and offers guests a private and exclusive safari experience.
Lugenda Wilderness Camp Highlights
Lugenda Wilderness Camp is situated in the Lugenda Wildlife Reserve, in the Niassa province of Northern Mozambique. Rated by many as one of the most exclusive safari destinations in Africa, the reserve offers 42 000 square kilometres of untouched pristine wilderness. Lugenda Wilderness Camp is situated on the eastern bank of the Lugenda River and offers guests a private and exclusive safari experience combined with delectable cuisine and magnificent game viewing opportunities.
- Emerging photographic safari destination
- Camp is set in one of the continent's ' last wild places'
- The reserve provides refuge for over 200 edangered African wild dog
Lugenda Wilderness Camp Game Viewing and Activities
The Niassa National Reserve is approximately twice the size of the Kruger National Park and offers the greatest concentration of game in Mozambique. The area is home to at least 3 endemic species including Niassa Wildebeest, Boehms Zebra and Johnston's Impala. Guests can also expect to see elephant, buffalo, hartebeest, eland and zebra. Other game such as impala, wildebeest, hippo, lion, leopard, warthogs and spotted hyena can also be seen. The area is a birder's paradise with abundant raptors and over 370 species already identified. The area is well-suited to game drives and each vehicle accommodates 4 guests per vehicle, guided nature walks are also available and the game drives and game walks are directed by qualified guides.
On the wild shore of Lake Niassa, the 9th largest lake in the world, is where Nkwichi Lodge has been built. At 560km long and 80km wide, this lake forms the eastern border between Malawi and Mozambique. The individual chalets are tucked away on the lake shore.