Walking and Tracking Wild Dogs – 7 days
Your safari starts and ends in Harare, Zimbabwe.
Join Nick Dyer on the adventure of a lifetime. The Dogs of Mana Pools is all about walking and tracking Wild Dogs. With an award-winning photographer this will ensure the most spectacular photographs to last a lifetime. Nick Dyer is the author of the coffee table book ‘Painted Wolves, A Wild Dog’s Life’.
Starting in Harare, we’ll take you on a 6-night safari that combines pristine national parks, knowledgeable and passionate safari guides, and a lifetime of memories waiting to be made.
This is your chance to track the African wild dogs of Mana Pools on foot. Walking safaris are one of the best ways to really experience Africa in the most authentic way. With armed guides and Nick Dyer there to advise you on light and camera settings you are sure to get some fantastic photographs. This is the perfect location for big game interactions. Whether from a canoe, vehicle or on foot you will have a lifetime of memories.
Kanga Camp during the hotter months is idyllic. Elephants all around you. The water hole directly in front of the camp attracts a huge diversity of wildlife. Sit back and do the armchair safari. Set your camera up on the deck and let the magic begin. Birding is also excellent with more than 300 bird species in the area you are sure to catch some “lifers”.
Zambezi Expeditions Camp is set up on the banks of the river and produces the most spectacular sunsets in all of Africa. The dense groves of Ebony and Winterthorn trees on the banks are a favorite of Elephants. The cover of trees is also the perfect place for Leopard to stalk prey.
Read our Country Information for advice on travel to Zimbabwe.
Learn more about Mana Pools and what the Peace Parks Foundation are doing to conserve this area.
If you love Zambia then have a look at Busanga Bush Camp or explore the Okavango Delta at Duma Tau. Would you like to take your family on holiday? We have the perfect tour for you in our Family Safari.
Considering a luxury safari to South Africa? The explore Singita Sweni, Boulders or Ebony Camps.