Important Considerations of a Moja Experience
• 3 night/4 day walking and canoeing safari, vehicle used only for occasional night drives and airstrip transfers
• Trips run with as few as 2 people and a maximum of 6 making for a very intimate experience
• Best time to visit varies by interest. July to September are coolest and driest. October is hot but has best game viewing around the river. Best birding is November and December.
• Trips are lead by a top Zimbabwean guide, assisted by a local tracker and guide trainee.
• Community Involvement is a cornerstone and interaction with the local community is a vital part of the experience. This benefits the local people, the Yao, and helps build a lasting conservation project.
• A Moja Experience easily combines with a Lugenda Wilderness Camp stay to add a game drive component to the Niassa Reserve Safari. It also combines conveniently with the Quirimbas Archipelago, a pristine marine area with phenomenal diving, snorkeling, and beaches.
• This area is now logistically accessible from Dar es Salaam and Johannesburg so its easy to combine a more traditional safari with exploration of this new safari frontier.