A NATURAL PARADISE
IN THE HEART OF MOZAMBIQUE
"Famously called 'the place where Noah left his ark', Gorongosa National Park once teemed with African buffalo, elephants, hippos, lions, wildebeests, and all sorts of wild things. But Mozambique’s vicious civil war wiped out most of the animals.
What remained was the beauty: a million acres at the southern end of the Great Rift Valley filled with vast savannas, grasslands, rainforests, caves, gorges, rivers, lakes, and waterfalls.
Now the beasts are back too. Large animals number nearly 80,000, thanks to the Gorongosa Project. The public-private partnership leads conservation efforts inside the park and invests in jobs, education, and healthcare for the people who live around it." - NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC, Best Trips of 2019
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Experiences that encourage guests to learn and grow by engaging with the world around them, while positively impacting the lives and well-being of local communities and their environment.
Gorongosa is a wonderful place. Nothing could compare to seeing it for myself. I wasn't sure of what to expect since I had never been to Mozambique before but Gorongosa proved to be a great experience.
June was the earliest month in the open season that we have been. The muddy, drying up water holes dotted all over the park were being raided by flocks of pelicans, marabou storks, spoonbills and fish eagles - a birders dream!
The weekend I spent in Gorongosa National Park was one of the best experiences I've had in my life. I loved waking up early to photograph the wildlife in their natural habitat. It was an experience that I recommend, and no doubt I will return to try!
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Each of our coffee blends includes Gorongosa Green, grown by local farmers in the heart of Gorongosa National Park. Specialty coffee roasters have combined it with other sustainably-sourced Arabica beans to craft our unique and flavorful blends.