Mana Pools National Park is an incredible wildlife area on the banks and islands of the Zambezi River in the northern corner of Zimbabwe. The Zambezi River is the border with Zambia and there are lovely views of the Zambian mountains from the Mana Pools side of the river. This UNESCO World Heritage site area is known for high concentration of animals and birds alongside the river and in the flood plains. Large herds of elephants, hippos and crocodiles are common. As are wild dog and lion. Mana Pools is a beautiful biodiverse wonderland with lots of trees. It is known for walking and canoeing safaris and especially its wild remoteness.
John’s Camp is a semi-permanent tented camp set right on the banks of the Zambezi River in the Mana Pools National Park, Zimbabwe. This remote .../
Little Ruckomechi occupies a scenic spot in a private concession alongside Zimbabwe’s Mana Pools National Park. Guests at this intimate tented camp have access to .../
Nyamatusi Mahogany is a family-focused tented bush camp set on the banks of the Zambezi River in the Mana Pools National Park. This beautiful area .../
Kanga Camp is in a remote corner of Zimbabwe’s Mana Pools National Park, a world heritage site known for its excellent big game viewing. This .../
Picture perfect Chikwenya is a tented bush camp on the eastern boundary of Mana Pools National Park, and provides comfort and luxury with excellent game .../
Ruckomechi overlooking the Zambezi River in a large concession alongside Mana Pools National Park. Guests at Ruckomechi and Little Ruckomechi have private use of the .../
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 .../