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The major national emergency response currently cannot focus on our park neighbours, as they focus on the Buzi floodplains further south.  In the meantime hundreds of people are trapped along the upper Pungue near the park and are without food and safe water. First signs of disease spreading  have been reported. Gorongosa National Park is dedicated to  set up its own emergency “Food Programme” and we now have organised our own helicopter and are now working with our rangers in saving our neighbours. We keep you updated as the situation evolves.

Park Staff are working hard to provide emergency relief to the surrounding communities, and ensure that normal life returns to peoples lives as soon as possible. While we do not have definite dates yet, we anticipate that sometime in April or May the Park will again be open to scientists, technicians and aid workers.  Regular Tourism is expected to begin again early June. We still anticipate selling Gorongosa coffee later this year. 

We will continue to update as we get more information. 
Gorongosa National Park among 28 Best Places to visit in 2019, according to National Geographic Traveler’s Editors and Explorers.
Gorongosa National Park is proud to add additional stylish tented accommodation in conjunction with our established sustainable tourism activities and offerings.
Gorongosa is in an exciting transition phase and look forward to extending our tourism activities even more over the next few months. Watch this space!
We look forward to creating inclusive, intimate and authentic wildlife and community experiences for you, the traveller. Offering you the opportunity to be a part of the most remarkable restoration stories in the world, Gorongosa National Park and its people.

 “A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step.” – Lao Tzu