Lugenda Lodge, also known as Lugenda Wilderness Camp rests serenely alongside the Lugenda River under the canopy of sycamore figs within the colossal Niassa Game Reserve. This wilderness camp affords guests explosive game viewing for those looking for off the beaten track Mozambique safaris.
Niassa Game Reserve is twice the size of the renowned Kruger National Park, covering 42 279 km2 of untouched landscape with diverse flora and fauna. It is home to large mammals including 10,000 elephants and over 200 of the endangered African wild dog. Lions, leopards and hyenas are prevalent plus endemic species such as Johnston’s Impala, Boehm’s Zebra and the Niassa Wildebeest.
The 8 luxurious tents at LugendaWilderness Camp are aesthetically appointed and individually designed with East African influences. The level of comfort in each room strikes a chord with each guest, leaving all who stay there with nothing but positive traveler comments and rave Tripadvisor reviews.
Each tent features a private viewing deck and anen-suite bathroom with double basins, bath and shower. For heightened comfort, mosquito screens and ceiling fans are featured in each tent. Other facilities include international plug points, personal safes and hairdryers.
Book your Mozambique holiday package to this specialty lodging in Niassa Wildlife Reserve to experience thrilling wildlife encounters in a forgotten part of Africa. Browse through the candid photos in our gallery tab for insight on this striking property.
Marieski from Auckland had this to say, “What an amazing experience! The tent was clean, comfortable and more than we expected, with more amenities than we needed. Elephants were literally an arm’s reach away from our tent. We couldn’t have asked for a better wildlife experience. The food was great and the camp atmosphere was truly amazing. You won’t be disappointed!”
“Our 4 nights stay at Lugenda Wilderness Camp were really memorable! The staff, food, accommodation and surroundings were just fantastic! The diversityof fauna and flora is astounding and the things you could experience was beyond our scope of imagination. We spent some nights in fly tents in Mecula Mountain and in the Lusinga Camp for some nights. The most memorable was the night we slept under an open sky! Whether you opt to stay in the main camp or roam around as we did, your experience will just be phenomenal.” Wrote Sigvart from Nordland, Norway.
These are some of the honest traveler reviews plus detailed feedback on what clients had to say on tripadvisor.