Pemba, in northern Mozambique is considered to be the gateway to the Quirimbas Archipelago and national park. Formerly known as Port Amelia, Pemba is the capital of the Cabo Delgado province of Mozambique and offers visitors a wide ranges of experiences and activities. The city itself is a fascinating mix of modern convenience and historical heritage, while in the bay a wide range of sports and adventure activities can be embarked upon. Through Pemba ther is also access to the beautiful Quirimbas islands and Niassa national reserve.
The Lugenda Wildlife Reserve, in the Niassa province of Northern Mozambique, is an untouched and undiscovered 42 000 square kilometre expanse of wilderness. Lugenda Wilderness Camp is situated within this magnificent reserve, on the eastern [...]