Zambezi Expeditions is a mobile, tented camp in Mana Pools National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Every season the camp is set up in a different place, which means returning guests will experience different sights and sounds, keeping their visits unique and dynamic. Activities include guided game drives and walks as well as canoeing safaris in search of Mana Pools’ most celebrated species. Catch and release fishing, photography and birdwatching outings are other popular options in this area.

The spacious safari tents at Zambezi Expeditions offer comfortable accommodation and are set up with panoramic views over the floodplains. To accommodate the mobile aspects of the camp, the tents at Zambezi Expeditions are simple with basic amenities. Each features a unique bucket shower system, which is filled upon request at the end of the day. Meals are rustic and delicious, served around the fire-pit or in the central dining tent and include a high tea with sweet and savory treats.

Zambezi Expeditions prides itself on 5-star personalized service and intimate attention to detail. The guides are all experts in their field and will take you to within meters of sought-after species in complete safety. These include wild dogs, lions, hippos, elephants and other less intimidating animals.

Zambezi Expeditions is part of the prestigious African Bush Camps brand and as such is actively involved in several community initiatives including Packing for a Purpose and supporting schools and clinics in the neighboring villages. The camp itself is eco-friendly and solar-powered. There is a charging point for electronics in the central area.

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Meru Tents

7 canvas tents each with an ensuite bathroom at the rear of the tent. Each bathroom comes with its own toilet as well as a bucket shower, taking guests back to that bygone era of the original expedition camps.