Offering a pure untouched wilderness experience, Kanga Camp is situated in a remote part of Mana Pools National Park. Kanga Camp is situated in a private concession inland from the Zambezi River en-route to Chitake Springs. As the only source of surface water for a fair distance in every direction, Kanga Pan is a magnet for game, especially in the dry season around September and October when surface water is scarce – and Kanga Bushcamp a great place to view it.
Stunningly beautiful, Mana Pools National Park is a UNESCO Natural World Heritage site situated in northern Zimbabwe on the banks of the Zambezi River. The flood plains, where game abounds, produce incredible ecological diversity as the area comprises open vlei, the seasonal Ruckomechi River system and mixed woodland types from mopane to Jesse bushes and riverine forests. Kanga Camp is situated in a private concession inland from the Zambezi River en-route to Chitake Springs. Kanga Pan is the only known source of water in the vicinity of the camp that is available year round making it a magnet for wildlife. Predators including lion, wild dog and leopard are often sighted and large concentrations of buffalo can be found in the mopane woodland. Kudu, zebra, impala and waterbuck graze on the surrounding plains and elephant take advantage of the plentiful 'abide' trees in the area. Another attraction is the prolific bird life.
A safari at Kavinga River Camp promises to be a full and exciting one, with its magnificent location on the Zambezi River. Guests can enjoy early morning tea or coffee and a light breakfast before enjoying one of the camps many activities on offer.
Kavinga Bush Camp offers a unique fusion of exciting and fantastic game viewing and the peace and tranquility of the area offers a unique safari experience. The Chitake River rises in the Zambezi escarpment and meanders its way through these magnificent hills.
Chikwenya Camp has been rated by many as one of their favourite camps in Africa, situated in the world famous Mana Pools National Park. Chikwenya offers a unique location, incredible game viewing opportunities, as well as expert guiding.
Vundu Tented Camp offers a superb location in the world famous Mana Pools National Park; a World Heritage site renowned for its abundance of wildlife. The emphasis at Vundu Tented Camp is on offering guests a private and personal safari experience in a remote location.
Spend 11 nights enveloped in the marvelous surroundings of Zimbabwe’s iconic places, from the banks of the Zambezi River near Victoria Falls, to the enigmatic Mana Pools, historic Lake Kariba, and finally, Hwange National Park.
Spend 6 nights in an adventure filled holiday to Victoria Falls and Zimbabwe's Hwanga National Park. Expect open 4x4 game drives discovering the Big 5, sunset cruises with hippos & crocs and a choice of adrenalin activities at Vic Falls.
Found in the southern part of Mana Pools National Park at the Chitake Spring, close to the bottom of the Zambezi Escarpment. No facilities are provided at these camps, and only four wheel drive vehicles can access these camp sites.
Camp Zambezi is a static tented camp set up on the bank of the mighty Zambezi River. A true bush camp without any electricity, permanent structures, or plumbing, yet the camp is extremely comfortable and accommodating.