Experience the tranquility
Luxury tented
 accommodation 
in Southern
Mozambique

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Passport (with visa for non-South African passport holders)
  • Vehicle licence documents
  • All foodstuffs, beverages and condiments (Check Entry & Customs for Duty free allowances)
  • Enough ZAR cash as the closest ATM is in Ponta do Ouro - it only works with Visa cards - and very few facilities take credit cards
  • Fresh drinking water
  • Cool casual clothing
  • Swimsuit, sarong and hat
  • Beach chairs
  • Windbreaker
  • Something warm for chilly evenings
  • Sunscreen and other toiletries
  • Mosquito repellent
  • Binoculars and bird book
  • Diving, snorkelling and fishing gear
  • Beach umbrella
  • Contact numbers
  • Medical Aid card and contact numbers
  • First Aid kit

Malaria

Northern KwaZulu-Natal and southern Mozambique are considered a low-risk malaria area. The risk of malaria infection is much higher in the warm summer months as opposed to the cooler winter months and similarly the times around sunset and sunrise the higher risk times. We advise taking the necessary prophylactic anti-malaria precautions and consulting your doctor in the event of any strange flu-like symptons developing after your return home.

Medical and healthcare

Check with your Medical Aid or medical rescue plan if they fly into southern Mozambique (across the SA border) in the event of a medical emergency. The area has limited medical facilities and the closest hospital is at KwaNgwanase in South Africa. It is recommended that an adquate First Aid kit is packed to handle basic medical requirements.


Bookings: Bruce Hopwood
Cell (SA):
083 301 2958 Tel: (+27) 035 340 7013
Email:
tartaruga@mweb.co.za

Camp Manager:
Herman Maleiane
Cell:
00258 84 373 0067