Situated in northern Mozambique covering parts of Cabo Delgado Province and nearly one third of Niassa Province, the Niassa Reserve covers an area of 22 000 Km2 and is bordered by Rovuma River in the north (Tanzania border), Lugenda river in southeast, Luatize River, southwest and Lussanhando River in the west. A buffer area of 20,000 kmÂ², which was divided in six management concessions, is also part of the Niassa Reserve. The total area is twice the size of Kruger National Park in South Africa, or is comparable in size to Wales, Denmark, or Massachusetts.
A safari to this area is to go where few have journeyed. It is not a safari for first-timers only wanting to see the Big 5; it is a journey of discovery for safari pioneers to an emerging photographic safari destination. Lugenda Wilderness Camp provides visitors with the true quality of wilderness that is rare to find on safari today.
Tags: Lugenda Bush Camp
, Niassa Reserve