Binga Camp sits at the meeting of two rivers, the Nhamadze and Musappa Grande, in the foothills of Mt Binga, one of Manica Province's most important attractions and the highest peak in the country. This must surely be one of the most beautiful places in Mozambique, a stunning landscape of open forest rolling hills and rugged peaks. Whether you want to climb Binga or wander along the river bank, perhaps enjoying a swim in one of the cool shady pools in the river, Binga Camp makes a perfect getaway.
Reached by Rope Bridge across the Rio Musappa, Binga Camp is a tented camp with five fixed tents as well as prepared campsites. A cozy dining area and well-equipped kitchen support comfortable self-catering, though our staff can prepare food too, especially at the end of a long day's hike. Binga Camp is due to open in April 2010 though the community is ready now to receive visitors and provide guides.
As with Ndzou Camp, Binga Camp is a joint venture with the community. In this case, the community association will receive 15% of all fees paid by visitors. Working with the people of Nhabawa community, Eco-MICAIA is making a two-phase investment starting with Binga Camp. In the second phase we plan an activity centre with kayaking, climbing, orienteering, horse riding and so on, aiming particularly at young people and families
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