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Conserve a unique part of African Wilderness embedded in a major project of crucial importance in global conservation. 

Mesmerized by its outlandish beauty, the initial investors of Machangulo were compelled to protect it. The Machangulo peninsula remains untamed until this day and you could be part of it. Not merely as a spectator, but as a steward. By becoming an investor in the Machangulo conservancy you are also a protector of this majestic natural beauty. The area is home to countless species on land and at sea.  Part of the Lubombo trans-frontier conservation area - stretching across Mozambique, South Africa and Swaziland - and at the northern tip of the newly named Elephant Coast Park, Machangulo can be considered the heart of a cross-ecosystem frontier for conservation. Due to the variety and richness of the habitats the conservancy offers a remarkable diversity of 350 bird species.

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Machangulo can be considered the heart of a cross-ecosystem frontier for conservation.

 
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5,700 hectare with over 20km of sand beaches facing the Indian Ocean and surrounded by two main wildlife conservation areas.