FULL MOON EDITION
The drive there, most definitely forms part of this adventurous journey,
which makes up the sum of the experience called “Mozamboogy”.
WHERE IS MOZAMBOOGY HELD
Please note: Enter Mozambique through the
Kosibay Border Post not through Komatipoort
PLANNING YOUR TRAVEL TIMES
It is however rather important that you plan your journey, for the simple reason that the border post at Kosi Bay is not open 24 hours a day, which forms part of the charm, it is a quaint border post that
opens at 08h00 in the morning and strictly adheres to closing at 17h00 – be sure not to arrive late, and miss the border. It is important to keep in mind that the first part of your journey is usually without issue, and traveling speed is average. The chances are very good that you might be met with a lot of mist along the way, especially in the regions of Ermelo and Piet Retief, which by default will slow down your traveling speed, and adding traveling time onto your journey. In the surrounding areas of Jozini, you’re travelling speed gets slowed down due to “villages” that you drive past, in these areas the average traveling speed slows down to 60 km per hour, and you will encounter speed bumps, vast amounts of cattle, goats and lots of pedestrians, most of which are school children. After Pongola your general traveling speed is slower due to speed restrictions and single lane roads.
Make sure not to miss the turning towards Jozini Dam (you need to travel over the dam wall) – if you go wrong here, you are likely to end up in Swaziland which is also nice, but will make you miss an entire day of Mozamboogy Fun!
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