Hi instafam! Todays post is to once thought to be the most splendid and grandest hotel in Africa.
Welcome to the Grande Hotel of Beira, Mozambique. Built in the 1950s during Portuguese rule and operated until 1963.
When the Liberation front of Mozambique rose up and civil war began to sweep across the country, the owners of the Grande Hotel fled, abandoning the property.
It was used a refugee camp as the war raged on, but once it ended, the grand building was taken over by homeless citizens.
The grand hotel once with lavish rooms with a serenic view of the Indian Ocean is now occupied with locals and around 2,000-3,000 people live here together. Families cramed themselves into every available room and corridor.
The trash spilled structure is full of rodents and centipedes with smell of urine and sweat hanging in the air •
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Rainbow Tours’ Top 6 Safari Spots for Spotting Big Cats in Africa #5. Sabi Sand Wildlife Reserve, South Africa: A series of private game reserves cluster around the western border of the Kruger Park, making up the Sabi Sand Wildlife Reserve – South Africa’s premier ‘Big Five’ game reserve. No fences or barriers exist between the two allowing wildlife to move freely, but in the private reserves your guides are permitted to take you off-road and deeper into the wild bush – giving you the opportunity to get closer to the animals in their wild habitat. The area is known for its excellent close-range lion and leopard sightings and armed bush walks if you wish to explore the area on foot with your guide. This park is particularly special at night however, offering a series of late afternoon safaris that follow the reserve’s magnificent leopards as into the early evening in the hope of catching them hunting in the dusk. Head over to rainbowtours.co.uk/blog for the full list.
PROMO TÚNEZ • Precio por persona en habitación doble.
• Habitación individual lleva un suplemento.
• Consultar por otros regímenes alimenticios.
• Seguro de viaje opcional desde €19,99.
• Tasas no incluidas. • Vuelos desde Madrid
Contacto: +34 697246907, [email protected]
Agencia minorista registrada con el CICMA 3630.
YAAAAS QWEEEN!! ✨👑✨
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Mais um vídeo que eu amooooo da nossa lua de mel! ❤️ Dá pra acreditar que já tem 2 anos? Quem lembra quando fui surpreendida por esses elefantes bebendo água na piscina do meu quarto do hotel? Elefantes africanos!!! Não são aqueles treinados de circos não.. HAHAHA! São lindos, gigantes, e selvagens.. 😂😂 Com certeza uma das maiores experiências que já vivi!!!!! Não sabia se sentia medo, se achava fofo, se queria subir em cima deles... Kkkkkkkkkkk! Que saudade da minha lua de mel!!!! #Africa#Luademel#casamentoRaizaeGerim#Elefantes#2anosdecasados
MALAMALA TODAY: May 23rd. The Emsagweni female is doing a remarkable job at raising her litter of 3! We enjoyed a sighting of all four leopards playfully interacting with each other for hours along Pat’s Drift- the sighting came to an abrupt halt when several spotted hyenas appeared. Other leopards: The Tamboti female was found near our airstrip and we then followed this extremely photogenic leopardess as she moved south along the Sand River. The Island female was seen near the Ngoboswaan Donga. Lions: 4 lionesses from the Kambula pride and a single Gowrie male spent most of the day in the Sand River south of West Street Bridge. They were all extremely well fed indicating a successful hunt overnight. A second Gowrie male was mating with a 5th Kambula lioness at Princess Alice’s Pans. An unidentified lioness was viewed at Buffalo Bush Dam. Many elephant sightings were also recorded. Photos of the Emsagweni female and her 3 cubs by ranger Bruce Missing @bruce_missing#malamalagamereserve#itsallaboutthewildlife#leopards#photographicsafari#wildlife#safari#big5#southafrica#africa#emsagwenifemale