MOZAMBIQUE HOLIDAY - by Immersion Journeys
It is often said (and loosely translated) that Mozambique enters your blood and never leaves. Anyone who’s been to this energetic and unique place will likely agree wholeheartedly. From the urban complexity of Portuguese-influenced Maputo, to the absolutely untouched pristine beaches of the Bazaruto islands, to the safaris in Gorongosa National Park, all the way to the quaint colonial-style feel of Ilha de Mocambique. It’s a different experience everywhere you turn, literally, and it’s no wonder it’s Africa’s most up-and-coming tourism destinations. Our friends at Immersion Journeys have once again created a totally unique package, just for Explorateurs, designed to deliver the best immersion into this marvelous land far southeast in Africa.

This 10-day trek begins in the capital city of Maputo, giving you time to get acclimated while taking in beautiful architecture and flavors from Europe and beyond. Next stop is the Gorongosa region, ecologically unique and situated at the southernmost point of the Great African Rift Valley. What you’ve got here is a place with high species diversity and environmental features found nowhere else in Africa, so naturally your safari experience here is going to be fantastic and full of unique sightings.

Moving on to perhaps the most visually stunning part, the Bazaruto Archipelago, and the incredible Marlin Lodge- flagrantly romantic and as private and remote as you can imagine. A stay here is an experience in itself, spend your time marveling at views of the unbelievably translucent water flecked with dhow sails, gliding in a boat through the turquoise sea alive with dolphins, or retreating into your own private chalet-style suite for a private dinner prepared just for you. Rest, scuba dive, snorkel, eat, sleep and breathe it in…you won’t likely see a paradise like this again soon.

EXPLORATEUR EXCLUSIVE- This package is only available for Explorateur subscribers at special savings- click HERE for more information and as always, be sure & tell ‘em The Explorateur sent you!

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