Lubombo TFCA

TRANSFRONTIER CONSERVATION AREA

ABOUT LUBOMBO

Where every angle offers a different view

Lubombo includes four distinct transfrontier conservation areas between Mozambique, South Africa and The Kingdom of eSwatini (formerly Swaziland), covering a total area of 10 029 km².

From coral reefs and turtle nesting sites, to coastal plains and over woodlands to the Lebombo Mountain Range, this area is one of the most striking areas of biodiversity globally.

Lubombo lies in the Maputaland Centre of Endemism that includes five Ramsar sites: Ndumo Game Reserve, the Kosi Bay System, Lake Sibaya, the Turtle Beaches and Coral Reefs of Tongaland and Lake St. Lucia (Africa’s largest estuary).

The TFCA boasts the first marine TFCA in Africa, the Ponta do Ouro-Kosi Bay TFCA, where Mozambique’s Ponta do Ouro Partial Marine Reserve turtle monitoring programme links up with the one across the border in South Africa’s iSimangaliso Wetland Park, a World Heritage Site.

Transfrontier Conservation Area

Transfrontier Conservation Area

National Park

National Park

Protected Area

Protected Area

Country Border

Country Border

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LUBOMBO TFCA NEWS

30 Aug 2018

Aerial support for conservation operations in Mozambique

Two brand new Savannah airplanes have arrived in Mozambique for use by the country’s National...

19 Jul 2018

Congratulations To A True Custodian Of Nature!

Miguel has just been announced as a recipient of the 2018 African Ranger Award -...

06 Jul 2018

Elephants With A Purpose

Expert teams from Elephants, Rhinos & People (ERP – erp.ngo), Conservation Solutions, and Ezemvelo, supported...

15 Jun 2018

Providing Water As A Life Source For People, Livestock And Agriculture.

As part of the MozBio Water and Agriculture Project, two of four multi-use water systems...

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