Introducing Mozambique’s Best Kept Secret!

“The Forgotten Wilderness”

Our piece of Africa, made famous by the ivory hunters memoirs from over a century ago and a true story written in 1905 by an ox-wagon transport-rider, Sir Percy FitzPatrick, about his dog entitled “Jock of the Bushveld”.

Those that dared to travel these regions spoke about the abundance of wildlife encountered throughout their expeditions. The Kruger National Park we know today, was once an area devoid of wildlife that was repopulated from the Portuguese East Africa (now Mozambique), an area rich in game and paradoxically the converse has applied with the traditional East West migration embedded in the DNA of the game herds guiding them to the lush plains of Sabie Game Park. read more