See elephants, lions, zebras, and more on a guided game drive across the vast and fertile floodplain.
Climb the highest peak in the park and enjoy stunning views of the valley. You might also spot some rare birds and plants.
Learn about the history and conservation of Gorongosa’s lions at the Lion House, a former tourist camp that was taken over by the big cats.
Experience the wilderness at night by staying at one of the park’s campsites. Listen to the sounds of nature and gaze at the Milky Way.
Paddle along the tranquil waters of Lake Urema, the largest lake in the park.
Gorongosa is not only home to wildlife, but also to people who live in harmony with nature.
For a more intimate and adventurous way to explore the park, join a walking safari with an experienced guide.
Venture into the lush and mysterious rainforest at the base of Mount Gorongosa.
Gorongosa is more than just a park, it’s a project that aims to restore the ecosystem and improve the lives of the local people.
Gorongosa produces some of the finest coffee in the world, grown by local farmers on the slopes of Mount Gorongosa.
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