Mana Pools National Park

This is the place of the two-legged elephants, where Africa’s largest land mammals can be seen standing on their two back legs with their trunks reaching up to grasp the luscious fruit from the towering trees. It is an astonishing sight to behold, as the elephants are dwarfed by the monstrous figs, mahoganies, ebonies, and acacias, creating an image of a natural cathedral with light pouring through the canopies.

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Mana Pools (mana, meaning ‘four’ in Shona) is named after the four inland lakes, which used to be part of the meandering Zambezi River, and now flood during rainy season, and shrink in the dry months, drastically changing the environment and attracting a diversity of animal and birdlife. Located upstream from Victoria Falls, on a vast area of over 200 000 hectares and sharing river frontage with the Lower Zambezi National Park, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is one of Southern Africa’s most attractive safari destinations.

Accommodation in Mana Pools National Park

Zambezi Expeditions

Zambezi Expeditions

Zambezi Expeditions offers one of the best ways to experience Mana Pools on the banks of the mighty Zambezi River. The 12-bed luxury mobile camp is set up prior to your arrival. Comprising of 6 twin bedded mini-meru style tents with en-suite bathroom facilities including flush toilets and al fresco bucket showers, the camp gives luxury camping a new definition by virtue of its simple yet elegant and comfortable furnishings. A 6-bedded camp consisting of three tents can be set up for a single group on special request.

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Ruckomechi Camp

Ruckomechi Camp

Ruckomechi Camp, situated in a private concession with access to the western areas of Mana Pools National Park, accommodates guests in ten spacious en-suite tented units, including two family units, all of which overlook the wide Zambezi River. The camp is set amongst broad-canopied ana trees, much loved by the elephants for their rich nutritious seeds. A favourite amongst guests, the camp also boasts an outdoor “bath with a view” in a secluded, scenic spot.

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Kavinga Safari Camp

Kavinga Safari Camp

If it’s adventure you seek, you can go walking, tracking, study the birds, or explore the hills and river systems with your professional guide. You can also go out for a game drive or hang out in the hide, at waterhole level, enjoying the incredible chance to be right in the middle of a herd of African wildlife – you might get splashed by an elephant. Or you could relax in camp with a drink in hand taking in the view. Whatever you choose, Kavinga Safari Camp will offer you a truly unique experience in an untouched wilderness.

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Kanga Camp

Kanga Camp

Set in the most remote part of Mana Pools is the Kanga Pan. Here, Kanga Camp – a 12-bed camp – has en-suite bathroom facilities with outdoor showers and basins overlooking the waterhole. Two of the tents are family/honeymoon tents with their own private dining and seating area. The main area has a comfortable lounge and dining area offering you uninterrupted views of a very active waterhole. Relax in the upper deck lounge under the shade of a mahogany or sit on the deck below near the splash pool and enjoy Kanga − the old Africa in a new era.

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