The Gorongosa National Park covers 8,200km².
Kubatana Camp: Our full report
Kubatana Camp was set to be a brand new camp, due to open way back in July 2013 on the site of the old Explore Gorongosa Camp. However localised political skirmishes in the region delayed this dramatically, and plans are now set for April 2015 at the very earliest. The site is owned by the team behind favourites such as Olakira, Dunia Camp, Oliver’s Camp and Sayari Mara Camp we have high hopes that once open, it will offer outstanding service and guiding in this pristine wilderness area. But we really cannot say exactly when this camp will open, and so call us for the latest details.
Though it hasn’t opened yet, we have been told that when it does, the solar-run Kubatana Camp will comprise of six safari tents one of which one is a family tent and one a special honeymoon tent. All will feature en-suite bathrooms with outdoor bucket showers, and will touch on a retro 60s safari theme – reflective of the parks heyday.
Activities planned include day and night drives, walking safaris, visitis to Mount Gorongosa and cultural visits too.
Food & drink
Usual board basis: Full Board
Dining style: Group Meals
Dining locations: Indoor and Outdoor Dining
Cost of meal e.g. lunch: Included
Drinks included: Drinks are included, apart from champagne and premium imported wines and spirits.
Solo Travel: Once open, a great choice for solo travel in Mozambique will be Kubatana Camp, with communal dining and shared safari activities in the Gorongosa National Park. Currently it’s due to open in 2014, but contact us for further information.See more ideas for Solo Travel in Mozambique
Power supply: Solar Power
Health & safety
Malarial protection recommended: Yes
Dangerous animals: High Risk
Laundry facilities: 0