Welcome to Ressano Garcia, a small town located in the Maputo Province of Mozambique. With a population of around 11,200 people, Ressano Garcia is adjacent to the town of Komatipoort in South Africa, making it a perfect pit stop for travelers crossing the border by road or rail. The town has a railway station which is used for the loading and offloading of passengers and cargo on the Pretoria-Maputo railway. Adjacent stations include Muxia, Mozambique.
One of the main industries in Ressano Garcia is the gas-fired power station which began operating in 2014. This power plant is co-owned by EDM and Sasol and receives gas by pipeline from the Pana gas fields in Eastern Mozambique. The first plant has a generating capacity of 175 MW, providing energy for the town and surrounding areas.
There are many reasons to visit Ressano Garcia, such as its convenient location for border crossings, but also for its beautiful landscapes and unique culture. Experience the charm of this small town and immerse yourself in the local way of life. Don’t forget to try the delicious local cuisine while you’re here.
If you’re interested in exploring the wider area, Ressano Garcia is a great starting point to explore the Maputo Province. Discover the many cultural and historical sites, bask in the sun on the stunning beaches, or go on a safari adventure in one of the nearby national parks. Whatever your interests, Ressano Garcia is a gateway to an unforgettable experience in Mozambique.
So pack your bags and head over to Ressano Garcia for an adventure you’ll never forget!