Elephant Special Reserve private tour is an unforgettable trip to a unique site with extraordinary wildlife in the pure state. You will experience the bush has never before enjoying the sounds of nature. We depart from our office at 6:00 and we will be back around 17:00 in Maputo.
The tour is in a Toyota Prado or a Safari open vehicle which enhances the experience.
If you are a lover of nature and wildlife, bird watching, Elephant Special Reserve tour will blow your mind with it’s diverse eco-systems and fauna. It’s a genuine Safari experience.
We leave from Maputo and drive for 1hr to 1hr 30 mins to the entrance of the reserve.
A game drive and bird watching Safari will enable you to get a real touch of the Fresh air that the reserve has to offer. Freshwater lakes, marshlands, riverine woodlands, lagoons among many more just show how diverse the nature of the reserve is. This means there is a lot of variation in bird species from water birds and marshland species.
We shall see also some big game such as Hippos, Elephants, Giraffes, Zebras and much more.
Our Safari in the Maputo Special Reserve will take almost 7 to 8hrs because want our guests to enjoy and not tire up.
We will have some snacks and drinks for you during the trip. We don’t call it lunch because it’s not possible to have a proper lunch at the Reserve, but we will make sure you enjoy some nice food and drinks.
Maputo Special Reserve is home to about 334 bird species that have been spotted for so far. We are talking about Spotted Ground-Thrush, Neergaard’s Sunbird, Pink-throated Twinspot, African Broadbill, Livingstone’s Turaco, Eastern Nicator, Southern Banded Snake-Eagle, Black-rumped Buttonquail, Rosy-throated Longclaw, Denham’s Bustard and Chestnut-banded Plover among more. If you are a bird watcher you probably know what we are talking about, if not book with us and leave the rest to us and we shall teach you this unique way of enjoying your time in nature.
You will find Jose mostly on Maputo Special Reserve, Limpopo and Kruger Park, stay tuned.. you will notice when you hear that Portuguese or English word with that special Spanish accent… BENGA! 🙂