Starting in magnificent Kruger Park, we travel east across the mighty Limpopo onto the coastal flood plains of Mozambique. As we travel overland, the land changes from broad belts of savannah to a narrow, palm-studded strip of beach & the crystal clear oceans & coral reefs of the northern tip of the Bazaruto Archipelago - still one of the most beautiful places in Africa.
Declared a national park in 1971, the whole area between the mainland and the 150-fathom mark is a protected world-class conservation sight. The Bhejane team has obtained permits so that we can thoroughly explore the tropical beaches, discovering the wonders of the coral lined coast. With luck, we may even encounter the endangered dugong!
Home to over 180 bird species and 2000 fish species, you’ll have the opportunity to spot some of the world’s most exalted animals in their natural habitats. From dolphins and whale-sharks to sea turtles and giant lobster, the waters surrounding the islands are home to more than 80% of all marine fish families of the Indo-pacific.