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4x4 Overland Tours

4x4 Overland Tours Packages
Country: Mozambique
City: Maputo
Duration: 4 Day(s) - 3 Night(s)
Tour Category: Wildlife Safari
Departure Date: Thu 01 Jan '99

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USD 1,100 / Per Person

Package Itinerary

Mozambique 3 Nights / 4 Days

Day 1. All Meals–Included!

Maputo International Airport also known as Mavalane International Airport, formerly Lourenço Marques Airport, Arrive in Mozambique and is transferred to a hotel or guest lodge.

Overnight at Maputo Southern Sun Hotel.

Day 2. All Meals–Included!

After a very early breakfast viewing of Maputo Special Reserve - Maputo Game Drive, in a 4x4 vehicle, a packed lunch en route or a late lunch at Anvil Bay and afternoon at leisure.

Overnight at Anvil Bay Resort.

Day 3. All Meals–Included!

Depart after breakfast and visit- @08:30am, places to visit includes: Central Market + Train Station + Fortress + Iron House + Natural History Museum + Fish Market + Craft Market + Traditional Dancing Performance.

Overnight at Maputo Southern Sun Hotel.

Day 4. All Meals –Included!

Depart after breakfast at the airport.


Please advise Nationality, as certain countries have Visa restrictions?

Cost is based on a minimum – of 2 people!


2x Airport Transfers
All Accommodations
3 x Meals(Breakfast+Lunch+Dinner)
4x4 Vehicle transport
Driver Guide
Game Drives


Personal Insurances +Expenses
Tips to Guides
All Alcoholic +Soft Drinks

Explore More About Maputo National Park:

Maputo National Park is an essential component of the Lubombo Transfrontier Conservation and Resource Area as it enables linkages between a mosaic of marine, coastal and inland components with important conservation value and excellent potential for high-value tourism. The reserve combines lakes, wetlands, swamp forests, grasslands, and mangrove forests with a pristine coastline that lies within the Maputaland Centre of Endemism.

In 2018 the transfrontier conservation group Peace Parks Foundation signed a partnership agreement with the Mozambique government to support the management and development of the Maputo Special Reserve and adjacent Ponta do Ouro Partial Marine Reserve.

The Special Elephant Reserve was established in 1960 to protect the elephant population in the region. In 1969 it was renamed as “Reserva Especial do Maputo”, Maputo Special Rerserve, to highlight the conservation status beyond just elephants.

The naturally occurring elephant populations of KwaZulu-Natal and southern Mozambique historically moved freely across the border. However, during the Mozambican war (1975-1992) these elephants suffered greatly from setting off landmines and getting caught in snares set for smaller game.

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