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Kubatana Camp

Kubatana Camp is situated in Gorongosa National Park. The park has been shaped by the geology of the Great Rift Valley, which created a rich mosaic of soils and a varied landscape. Gorongosa National Park’s unique eco-system offers an unparalleled natural diversity – Lake Urema is home to crocodiles and hippos, the floodplains of the Pongwe River teem with waterbuck, sable antelope and zebra while Mount Gorongosa rises up in the distance.

Accommodation at Kubatana Camp

  • Number of tents: 6
  • Children: above 6 years old welcomed
  • Special tents: 1 Family tent + 1 Honeymoon tent
  • Distance between tents: 20-50 meters
  • Laundry service
  • Solar & generator back up
  • Battery charging facilities

Activities at Kubatana Camp

  • Boating safaris
  • Game drives
  • Night drives
  • Walking safaris
  • Star bed sleep out
  • Birding
  • Mount Gorongosa excursion
  • Community visits
  • CEC (community education center) visits
  • Presentations by various park ecologists

  • Kubatana Camp sits on the banks of the Mussicadzi River and offers a wide range of  activities including game-drives, boating safaris, walking safari, hiking Mount Gorongosa, cultural experiences and birding.
  • Gorongosa National Park offers a wide variety of activities and opportunities for those looking to venture outside of the confines of a game drive vehicle.
  • Whilst game drives are of course on offer, days can also be spent birdwatching by boat on Lake Urema, whilst keeping an eye open for crocs and hippo.
  • On land we also offer guided walking safaris through the varying ecosystems, and night game drives with a chance to see some of the nocturnal residents.
  • Fly camping is also possible at remote locations throughout the park.
  • As well as optional excursions to nearby Mount Gorongosa (a must for birders), there’s an opportunity to meet with park ecologists & researchers and also to visit the “boma” where recently introduced wildlife has a chance to acclimatise to their new surroundings before being released fully into the park.