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Ndzou Camp

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Tourism that makes a difference

Now that peace and order finally seem to be permanently restored in the previously conflict ridden... read more

Reviewed 10 July 2017
Mohnomishe
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Maputo, Mozambique
Wonderful respite in the rainy season...

We're travelling around Southern Africa on a motorbike and after reading about this wonderful... read more

Reviewed 3 March 2017
Claire R
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Reviewed 10 July 2017

Now that peace and order finally seem to be permanently restored in the previously conflict ridden parts of central Mozambique, we hope that camp Ndzou will see the steady stream of visitors that they deserve so well. The camp, established by the MICAIA foundation as...More

Thank Mohnomishe
Reviewed 3 March 2017

We're travelling around Southern Africa on a motorbike and after reading about this wonderful eco-camp on our way up to the Malawi border, we phoned and booked for two nights. Our trip was a nightmare, heavy, heavy rains and extremely bad road conditions meant that...More

1  Thank Claire R
Reviewed 12 February 2017

Ndzou camp is a fantastic eco-tourism initiative developed by Eco-MICAIA, a local NGO. It is now owned and run by the community and its existence helps in the conservation of this beautiful forest and the elephants which call it home. The accommodation, food and staff...More

Thank cazjoyner
Reviewed 19 January 2016

Ndzou camp is one of Eco Micaia's smart initiatives. Still, it definately deserves more time and support to be refurbsihed and marketed again, as the concept, the location, the natural gift Nature offered with the bush elephant hiding in the Moribane forest, are waiting for...More

Thank christine a
Reviewed 30 November 2015 via mobile

We loved it! The goal of the concept behind the whole lodge is to ensure a coexistence of the local community and the national reserve with its wonderful elephants. We made two hike and saw elephants on both of them. Watch out: you have to...More

1  Thank Florian K
Reviewed 15 November 2015

Had a fantastic time camping at Ndzou camp. The staff were all really helpful and the food was great. The camping area was well maintained with a great firepit. The walks through the forest was an amazing adventure.

Thank KevVeitch
Reviewed 12 October 2015

Ndzou Camp is a eco-turism place near Chimoio with all the conditions to be the greatest place to see wild elephants in Mozambique. We were really well received there, the staff is hardworker and tries to do everything to make us feel happy. Great accommodation,...More

2  Thank patricia814
Reviewed 7 October 2014

Ndzou Camp is a comfortable lodge with a very friendly staff in a beautiful setting. The camp is part of an ambitious project which protects forest and elephants while increasing opportunity in the local community. They can organize activities to suite many interests.

Thank EyesoftheWorldFilms
Reviewed 8 August 2012

I spent in Ndzou Easter with my husband and it was such a great time with fantastic service :) I TRULY RECOMMEND THIS PLACE FOR PEOPLE WHO LOVE CALM PLACES CLOSE TO NATURE :)

1  Thank kasia l
Reviewed 6 August 2012

Nzou camp is a nice ecotourism initiative, hidden away from the main tourist tracks. It took us a while to get there, and it also took us a while to get used to a few start-up shortcomings of the place, but overall we have enjoyed...More

1  Thank Frank_Astrid
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