Zinave National Park Tailor Made Tour allows our costumers to have an amazing experience, according to their specific needs, in this almost inexplored paradise.
Inhambane province is known for its amazing beach sites such as Tofo, Pomene, Vilanculos, etc, and the Zinave National Park is the cherry on top of the cake! The province of Inhambane – famous for its crystalline beaches and immense sandy beaches- , will have in the future a differentiated tourist attraction joining the safari game experience in the Zinave National Park.
After decades of devastating war and uncontrolled poaching, Zinave National Park is now recovered in a joint effort of ANAC and Peace Parks Foundation.
We organize private tours to Zinave that might include also a bundle with Inhambane beautiful beach spots such as Tofo and Bazaruto.
The best time to visit Zinave National Park is between April and November, although the park is open the whole year. We are glad to give you more information on Zinave national Park tours.
The Zinave National Park is not suitable for all types of travelers. Only those who are looking for an off-beaten track will like Zinave. In fact, the trip there is a little painful since it leaves the National road in Mapinhane. You will no longer have asphalt during the remaining 210 km to reach the gate of Zinave National Park.
If it’s worth it? Yes, it is worth it. For those who appreciate the natural life, bush and fauna in its most genuine form, and for those who consider that a road trip on the interior roads of Mozambique is one of the best ways to get to know the country. We at Mussiro Trips found it to be worth it. 😊
On the 210 kms of red dirt road you can see a vegetation full of baobabs. The small villages that we find along the way are different from what we see on the national road. Everything is done at a much calmer pace, as if time did not pass, only the children run, and usually they just run to catch a ball.
Arriving at Zinave National Park, you will also be received with distinction. Not many people visit the park by this time. The only campsite available is fully self-catering, so bring food and drinks to yourself, and to offer to your hosts if that is possible.
The tents are comfortable, right next to the Save River, and you’ll fall asleep and wake up to the sound of the hippos that live there, 10 meters from your bed.
The sunrise at the Zinave National Park camp will be one of the best experiences of your life. It’s worth getting up early, making a cup of coffee, and sitting on the balcony, looking at the Save river, and seeing the big red ball rising on the horizon, as the outlines of the hippopotamus grow brighter, right in front of you.