To some parts of the Chimanimani Area the arrival turns out to be a bit difficult.
Relatively easy is the access to the Moribane Camp (very basic accommodation) and the Nzou Camp (good facility, Rondavels & Camp). Both camps are located on the Sussundenga – Dombe route. Both places can be reached with own car or by public transport (Chapa). Nzou Camp exists only since June 2010.
Other parts are more difficult to reach. Sometimes, depending on the season, it is possible to reach there with a 4by4 car. In rainy season (around December to Mai) some of the rivers are not passable. Almost always the remote places can be reached on foot, but one will have to accept long walks and difficult river crossings.^
For further information and hint you will be welcome to contact me.
Recommended minimum sojourn:
Moribane & Nzou Camp: minimum 2 nights, better more!
Other places (Chikukwa or Mahate Camp): minimum 3 nights, better more!
Furthermore it makes sense to explore the spots around the camps, maybe with some overnight stays in the terrain, according to the physical shape.
A further camp is scheduled to be founded around the foot of Monte Binga (Completion probably during the year of 2011). The standard should be around the same as in Nzou Camp. Access to this camp should be relatively easy during dry season.
Without 4by4 vehicle one still has to walk a couple of kilometres. The coming camp can be reached via the road to Rotanda (towards the Zimbabwean border).
You should pay a contribution to atmosfair for the protection
of the climate. This can be done on the atmosfair website www.atmosfair.de.
You have to give them all airports, also for stopovers. If further
details are needed contact me.