Mana Pools Adventure – 7 days
3 nights Kanga Camp | 3 nights Zambezi Expeditions
Safari starts and ends in Harare, Zimbabwe.
Mana Pools Adventure is a dedicated focus on this incredible National Park. The wildlife-rich flood plains and magnificent views of the Zambezi River are iconic images, what safari dreams are made of. Mana Pools is a World Heritage Site, a RAMSAR site, an Important Birding Area (IBA) and one of the Top 3 Safari destinations in the world.
Four nights at Kanga Camp in perfectly located accommodation. From your private deck or the main deck in front of the water hole, do an armchair safari. In the hotter months of the year wildlife is drawn to the water like a magnet. Leopard and Lion stalk these areas, rich and easy pickings.
We have combined walking safaris with morning and afternoon game drives ensure no opportunity is wasted. The dense stands of Winterthorn and Ebony trees’ attracts Baboons and Elephants, shady stands for lazy grazing. Where there are Baboons, Leopard are not far away.
There are more than 300 bird species in the park for you to capture images of.Zambezi Expeditions Camp is on the banks of the Zambezi River. Gaze out at an endless expanse of wilderness from your luxury tent. The diversity of wildlife is difficult to comprehend. Around every corner nature is at work with another wonder to amaze you. Expert guides will lead you into the myriad ecosystems of the smallest to the giant Elephants.
Night drives reveal all that lurks in the shadows we never see. Leopard, Porcupine and Owls use the cover of darkness to their advantage. Impala gather in large herds, nervous for every rustle. Glide down the river in a canoe observing Elephants from a whole new perspective.
This Mana Pools Adventure will create memories forever.
Read our Country Information for advice on travel to Zimbabwe.
If you would like a luxurious safari into the Okavango Delta have a look at Gunns Camp or Chief’s Camp. Would you like to take your family on holiday? We have the perfect tour for you in our Family Safari.
Read more about what the Peace Parks Foundation is doing in Mana Pools.