Ingwe Pan Camp
Mana Pools National Park
Open 1 May to 15 November
Nestled into a grove of trees’ on the edge of a pan, Ingwe Camp is the epitome of seclusion combined with the incredible game viewing that Mana Pools is so famous for. Mana Pools is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and well known to provide the best game viewing in all of Africa.
The pan is one of the largest in the area and the dense riverine vegetation makes the habitat idea for Leopards of which there are many! Guests get to experience the diversity of the Mana Pools floodplains and the inland wilderness areas that are home to a huge diversity of predators and prey alike.
The main guest area at the camp is also the dining mess tent. Completely open on all sides to keep a cool breeze blowing the site is both relaxed and very comfortable. Enjoy a beer with your book while you game watch or do some birding. Staff are attentive without being intrusive.
Activities include morning and afternoon game drives, walking safaris and guided canoe trips (pre-booking necessary). As the camp is in a private concession guests get to enjoy evenings of star studded skies free of other light pollution.
Strategically positioned on the edge of the pan the 8 luxury tents have great views and a small private veranda at the front. All the tents can be made up as double or twin and are spacious places to relax. Raised off the ground on wooden decking the views are excellent as animals wander past.
The en-suite bathrooms feature both inside and outdoor showers.
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Combine this with Chikwenya Camp, Victoria Falls Safari Suites or Ilala Lodge in Victoria Falls
For further information on Mana Pools and its global significance read the UNESCO report as well as the RAMSAR information on this unique area.