Prana and Ponies: Mozambique
May 16-23, 2020
“I like to spend some time in Mozambique, the sunny sky is aqua blue…”
Take a ride by the sea, dance to the waves as we practice, laugh with friends and discover beauty. I am thrilled to offer Prana and Ponies: Mozambique May 16th - May 23rd, 2020.
Mozambique boats over 1,500 miles of gorgeous coast line. I specifically chose Vilanculos because it is home to Mozambique Horse Safari, the riding outfitter who will lead us on two extraordinary rides to a fishing village and swimming with the horses in the sea. The highly regarded Vilanculos Beach Lodge serves as our gracious hosts for our week of fun.
Prana and Ponies retreats strike the perfect balance between optional group activities and solo downtime. Know much of the day is yours to relax, explore, take advantage of beach activities or a stroll through town. We encourage you to determine your own level of participation. Yoga not your thing? It’s not at all mandatory. Rather paddle board than horseback ride? Have at it! Need a rest? Enjoy a nap on the beach. We encourage you to have a good time, whatever that looks like for you.
We’ve arranged a day by boat to tour the world famous Bazaruto Island National Park to relish all the wildlife this protected marine area has to offer - dolphins, whales, turtles, birds, fish, and more. Snorkel, swim, explore the beach, enjoy a picnic lunch as you bird and turtle watch.
Prana and Ponies retreats are passionately curated unforgettable trips rich with fresh experiences in the splendor of nature. Connect with new and cherished friends. Relax your worries in the hands of trusted leadership. We cordially invite you to Prana and Ponies: Mozambique May 16-23rd, 2020.
Only one discount applies.
$500 non-refundable deposit secures your spot in the saddle. Major credit cards, PayPal, cash, check accepted.
Additional expenses not included: Airfare, some meals, spending money, alcoholic beverages, gratuity, visa fees.
Please contact Maegan Miro for questions. Phone: 720-539-9288. Email: email@example.com. FB Link: https://www.facebook.com/maegan.miro
Final payment due March 1, 2020.
How do I get to Mozambique?
There are many options for getting to Vilanculos. We recommend you fly from JFK direct to Johannesburg and direct from Johannesburg to Vilanculos. We will help coordinate air travel; wait to book yours until you speak with us.
Do I need immunizations?
The short answer is yes. Depending on your current immunization history, immunizations may differ from person to person. The World Health Organization recommends the following: hepatitis A, hepatitis B, typhoid, cholera, yellow fever, rabies, meningitis, polio, measles, mumps and rubella (MMR), Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis), chickenpox, shingles, pneumonia and influenza. (link)
Do I need a VISA to enter Mozambique?
U.S. citizens are required to have a visa to enter Mozambique. U.S. citizens have been denied entry for not having obtained the proper type of visa in advance.
Mozambican Immigration may issue double-entry tourist visas at both land and air points of entry which allow tourist travelers to stay in Mozambique for a maximum of 30 days. Issuance is at the discretion of Mozambican Immigration Officials, and these visas are valid for tourist travel only. All travelers entering Mozambique for other purposes, including but not limited to business, work, volunteer service, study, or journalism should obtain a visa prior to arrival.
Please pay attention to the authorized period of stay on your visa ("Autorizado a permaneçer pelo período de [number of days]"). This is the maximum number of days you may remain in the country before you must depart Mozambique. This is distinct from the validity of the visa which indicates when you may enter Mozambique.
If you enter without a valid visa, or overstay, you will be fined for each day you were in Mozambique illegally. More information here.