Mozambique is mostly famed for its glorious beaches and not its wildlife, but there are a few National Parks that don’t get too crowded and make for some great wildlife viewing. There’s Gorongosa National Park, which is praised as one of the most biodiverse places in the world and is known as the “Serengeti of the South” for its lions stalking the savannas, the Maputo Elephant Reserve near the capital of Maputo, which is home to around 300 elephants, and Limpopo National Park, which forms part of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park (which straddles Mozambique, South Africa and Zimbabwe) – one of Africa’s largest wilderness areas.
Going on a Mozambique Accommodated Budget Tour allows you to enjoy comfortable lodgings after what can be long and dusty days on the road. These are made up of lodges, guest houses, hotels, bungalows, hostels, chalets and permanent tented camps. The accommodation is clean and the staff are friendly and welcoming. There are either shared or private en-suite facilities – you can always check the itineraries to confirm this.