CW Safaris’ southeast African coastal journey Mozambique: Ibo Island Dhow Safari has been named one of National Geographic Traveler’s “50 Tours of a Lifetime” for 2015. The new Safari by a active and experiential transport association debuted in January.
The Mozambique: Ibo Island Dhow Safari is a private, entirely guided, tailor-made, island-hopping safari by a Quirimbas Islands. Highlights of a channel embody dhow sailing, snorkeling, kayaking, and sleeping in mobile eco-fly camps on void pleasant islands. Guests cruise among colourful fish and inexperienced coral reefs atop a wooden dhow, a normal sailing vessel of a Indian Ocean. Travelers will also confront a stays of Portuguese forts, bustling fishing villages, and half-submerged mangroves harboring green-backed herons and crab plovers.
The leave-no-trace eco-camps used via a journey mix beachside repose with safari sophistication, and locally held seafood is roasted on an open glow underneath a stars for guest to indulge in. The eight-day, seven-night safari also includes 3 nights in a fantastic waterfront Ibo Island Lodge.
“Like all CW Safari offerings, a Mozambique: Ibo Island Dhow Safari puts travelers right where they ought to be, enthralled in a healthy beauty, singular enlightenment and journey of Africa, while roving in reserve and style,” pronounced Sonya Bradley, Product Director during CW Safaris. “We are gratified that National Geographic Traveler has comparison a safari as one of a 50 Tours of a Lifetime and demeanour brazen to hosting guest on an journey they won’t forget.”
National Geographic Traveler’s ninth annual roundup of “50 Tours of a Lifetime” highlights a many authentic, many innovative, many immersive, best-guided and many tolerable tours.
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