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4.13.20.  The Wuhan Coronavirus.  While the world remains at home, poachers do not.  Nor does Gajogo.  Although the Chinese virus keeps JoDee and I from being there, our staff remains.  20 Game Scouts (Wardens) assisted by 5 Kitchen Staff, 2 Camp workers and our General Manager, all privately employed by Gajogo continue their beat...24/7...365.  They are "The Keepers of Coutada 9."

When times are tough the illicit African bushmeat trade flourishes.  Its poachers provide cheap meat, invisible to the small-few government employees who share the benefits.  And, times are tough.  Income for all safari operators has virtually dropped to zero; and yet Anti-Poaching must continue to preserve the amazing progress made in wildlife populations over the past decade or so.

We need you back in the bush.  Don’t give up.  Be patient.  Be excited to return knowing full well that your safari, regardless the type, is more than just personal excitement and pleasure.  It is the lifeline to Mozambique’s wildlife destiny; its financial engine.

By using the State of the Art Conservation “best-practices,” wildlife populations surge via Anti-poaching, Wildlife Research, Capture and Translocation projects, Habitat Improvement, Education, Indigenous People's Involvement, and intelligent Trophy Hunting.

Gajogo Safarilands leads the way.  Our unique position of being "Conceived in Minnesota but born in Mozambique;" breeds the best of both worlds.  Conservation is in our blood, our DNA; it is what we do.  Building ‘native’ relationships bonded to our vision absent historical baggage is a close second.  Together they spell success.

We do look forward to your return to our campfire.  We are "America's Safari Company,"  and right now could use a little help.  If you’d like to donate any amount to the tax-deductible 501(c)3 Gajogo Foundation, it would be put to work instantaneously.  Go to the “About Us” button on the menu bar (above) to discover what the Gajogo Foundation is, does, and the many ways to donate.  Also contemplate how far your dollars go by funding Conservation, and not CEO’s and staff.

We remain on duty and await your return.  All of us; guardians of desolate places.  As members of the Mozambique Safari Operators Association we urge you to ponder the 60 second video below.  We are here to ensure your next adventure will be safe, exciting, and plentiful...”MOZAMBIQUE AWAITS YOU”

3.31.20.  Visas into Mozambique.  Currently all visas into Mozambique are cancelled until further notice.  Gajogo is monitoring this situation but cannot predict when visa entry will again reopen.  If any clients need to reschedule because of this, we will work with you to find a mutually acceptable date.  Thank you for your patience.  Be safe.  We look forward to seeing you at our campfire on Nhama Tika Mountain.