Asilia Africa has announced it will open a new camp in Gorongosa National Park on July 1.
Kubatana Camp will host six luxurious en-suite tents, as well as a comfortable mess area for relaxing.
The light-weight camp will adhere to Asilia Africa’s high eco and sustainability credentials. Activities will include traditional game drives and walking safaris, as well as boating on Lake Urema, visiting the rainforest on Mount Gorongosa for hiking and birding and fly camping.
“We are honoured to be part of what is certainly Africa’s most exciting conservation story. Today, Asilia Africa has a backbone of properties in the most famous nature and wildlife areas in the world and we want to use this knowledge and experience to help protect and develop Gorongosa National Park and to put Mozambique firmly back on the safari map,” said Bas Hochstenbach, Co-Founder and Commercial Director of Asilia.
Greg Carr, President of the Gorongosa Restoration Project, said: “Asilia will not only provide a once-in-a-lifetime wilderness experience to its guests, but will join us as allies in our effort to create opportunity for local people and protect the ecosystem.”