Maputo Special Reserve

Reserva Especial de Maputo

Maputo Special Reserve is located in the southern part of Mozambique, approximately 90 kilometers southeast of the capital city, Maputo. The reserve covers an area of approximately 1,040 square kilometers and is situated along the coast, with the Indian Ocean on one side and the Incomati River on the other.

Access to the reserve is primarily by four-wheel-drive vehicles, as the roads within the reserve can be quite rugged and challenging. Visitors can also reach the reserve by boat, using the river as a means of transport.

Some of the highlights of the Maputo Special Reserve include the opportunity to see a wide variety of African wildlife, including elephants, giraffes, zebras, wildebeest, and many species of antelope. The reserve is also home to an abundance of birdlife, and visitors can go on bird-watching tours to spot some of the many rare and exotic species that inhabit the area.

The reserve also features a variety of landscapes, including dense forests, grassy plains, and wetlands, offering visitors a chance to experience the beauty and diversity of the African wilderness. Additionally, there are guided tours and hiking opportunities available, allowing visitors to learn more about the reserve and its history.

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