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When Greg Carr decided to help restore the greatest wildlife park in Mozambique, he didn't just send a check. He traded his suits for shorts and Boston for the savanna. And what he's accomplished in just four years at Gorongosa is one of the unlikeliest—and most hopeful—stories in Africa.

Bob Shacochis
Jun 30, 2009

Africa Now

Peter Stark, Hal Espen, Ted Botha, and H. Thayer Walker
Jan 4, 2007

Feb 1, 2005

Forecast: Sunny

Freed from a conflicted past, Mozambique's sublime islands are coming alive—and they've never been more spellbinding

Ted Botha
Dec 15, 2004

A Trip Is Born

The dream is a brand-new river route through a vast, primordial, wildlife-rich wonderland on the verge of environmental salvation. The reality is what happens when a small band of marginally prepared adventurers attempts the 400-mile first descent of Mozambique's mighty Lugenda—a journey past kayak-eating crocs, out-of-nowhere waterfalls, and a multitude

Peter Stark
Mar 1, 2003