10 14 November 2019

The Ultra AFRICA Race in Mozambique was a great adventure and a wonderful experience. I was so happy, that I signed up for my next adventure with Jerome and his team just after my return to Germany.

Andrea Löw



The Ultra AFRICA Race is a 220 km foot race in 5 stages, with 3600 meters of positive elevation in Self-Supported. Each competitor must carry a backpack containing the compulsory equipments, food and personal equipments. The event takes on the African continent, in the Southern of Mozambique.

Participants must follow the route as marked by the organizers and they have a road book. There are check points located at regular intervals. Every night a bivouac is proposed by the organization. A technical support and a medical team are present during the event.

Competitors who cannot respect the limit time: the time limit is 10 hours per stage, can stay in the race. They will be classified with their kilometers run during the event.


 > Time & Results, Ultra AFRICA Race 2018

 > Time & Results, Ultra AFRICA Race 2017


The Ultra AFRICA Race will take place in 2019 in Southern Mozambique, in the provinces of Gaza and Inhambane.

The route will take you from the shores of Lake Nhambavale to Jangamo Beach. You will discover coconut forests, lakes and numerous villages nestled in the dunes at the doors of the ocean. The itinerary will give you also the opportunity to discover Mozambique’s long white sandy beaches.


Distance  Ascent Descent
STAGE 1 Lac Nhambavale – Kanda 36 km 657 m 618 m
STAGE 2 Kanda – Quissico 39 km 716 m 750 m
STAGE 3 Quissico – Lac Poelela 45 km 803 m 815 m
STAGE 4 Lac Poelela – Cambula 53 km 807 m 774 m
STAGE 5 Cambula – Jangamo   47 km 591 m  657 m 
220 km 3600 m D- 3600 m D+

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The next edition will take place from 10 to 14 November 2019

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