Tribewanted Brings Signature Sustainable Tourism Project to Mozambique Beach
Tribewanted, the groundbreaking eco-tourism off-grid company which featured in a five-part BBC documentary for its previous project on an idyllic Fijian island, is launching a new partnership project at Guludo Beach in Mozambique, south east Africa.
Off-grid tourism company Tribewanted has announced its latest project on the picturesque shores of the award-winning Guludo Beach in Mozambique, bringing eco tourists a new taste of exotic African climes and culture and all the while contributing to the local community in Tribewanted’s signature sustainable style.
Guludo is set on a 12 kilometre stretch of beach in the Quirimbas National Park. Offering simple barefoot luxury, the destination will serve as far more than a once-in-a-lifetime holiday, also providing travellers with the opportunity to becoming involved in their sustainable quest to eradicate the poverty in the region.
Satisfying the tribe’s eco ethos, the tribe members and tourists will support the owners of Guludo Beach Lodge, Amy and Neal Carter-James, and aid in the development of their Nema Foundation. The Foundation works with 16 communities around the area, consisting of 24,000 people, in order to provide food, clean water and mosquito nets. The Nema Foundation also focuses on the education of locals, currently funding 127 secondary school scholars to deliver a holistic transformation of the wider Guludo community which will be passed on throughout the generations.
“Guludo and Tribewanted have always worked towards the same goal; very special holiday experiences that have a far-reaching impact behind the scenes,” commented Amy Carter James, the founder of Guludo. “Partnering with Tribewanted was a natural fit and we’re excited about bringing Guludo into the new Tribewanted collection.”
Guludo Beach is the latest in a growing portfolio of successes for the first-of-its-kind company. Tribewanted has now launched projects in various locations around the world, transforming communities from the coast of Sierra Leone to a rural hamlet in the traditional Italian countryside, with over 2,500 people participating.
Ben Keene, founder of Tribewanted, commented: “We’ve been lucky to have so many eco projects wanting to work with us over the years. We knew when we started our first big partnership project that we wanted it to be one of the best in the world. Having followed Guludo’s story for 5 years, we know that these guys not only offer an amazing experience in Mozambique, but they also have built a community impact model that is second-to-none in sustainable tourism. Their model and ethos is in perfect sync with ours at Tribewanted, so we know we will make a great team.”
“We’ve also launched a new limited edition Lifetime Memberships for those that want to visit Tribewanted more often – the membership includes discounts and up to 1 free week a year at any of our projects.”
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