Marromeu National Reserve. With dense forests along the Zambeze Delta and the famous Cheringoma Cliffs, the Marromeu National Reserve, in the Province of Sofala, is home to some of the most stunning landscapes in Mozambique. In 2003, the Governement named it the first Wetland of International Significance in the country, thanks to its undeniable ecologic importance. The dominant species in the Reserve in the African buffalo, which can be seen in large herds along its green plains.
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