Gorongosa National Park, located at the southern end of the Great African Rift Valley in the heart of central Mozambique, turned 60 years old on 23 July 2020. Known as the "Serengeti of the South", the 4000km² National Park is home to a large diversity of animals and plants - some of which are found nowhere else in the world.
To celebrate the anniversary, the National Park's management not only released a stunning video about Gorongosa, but also announced plans to build 60 new primary schools over the next decade to create an unbreakable bond between future generations, nature and the sacred world we know as Gorongosa National Park. Kudos!
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Gorongosa National Park is closed to the public until further notice!