Mana Pools National Park on the banks of the mighty Zambezi River is one of those unique places in Africa. Once you've visited it, you'll want to return again and again. It's remote, pristine and incredibly beautiful with abundant wildlife. It has a special appeal for those with an adventurous spirit seeking undiscovered, unspoiled, pristine African wilderness. Experience Mana Pools by game drive vehicle, on foot, or by canoeing on the Zambezi.
Besides the national park camps within Mana Pools, there are a few tented safari camps operated by some of the best safari guides in the business. These vary in size and price, but there is always an option to suit your needs. Please speak to us about your tastes and preferences and we'll gladly share our firsthand knowledge with you.
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This safari company has been going for 30 years in Zimbabwe's Mana Pools National Park and it consistently gets rave reviews. It's owned and run by ‘Stretch’ Ferreira, one of southern Africa’s most experienced and legendary guides. By all accounts, he seems to be an ‘elephant whisperer', able to communicate and develop relationships with individual wild animals and get really close to them and other dangerous game.
Kanga Camp is in one of the most remote sections of the pristine Mana Pools area, a World Heritage Site not far from Chitake Springs. This vast, untouched wilderness is a veritable eden, offering excellent and varied safari experiences. Closed mid-December until 1 April each year.
Deep in the wilds of the magical Mana Pools lies Nyamatusi Camp, the latest in the African Bush Camps collection. Set in one of the wildest and most remote parts of Africa, on the banks of one of the oldest rivers in the world, Nyamatusi welcomes guests to experience an authentic safari in ancient, untouched Africa. Open April to November each year, Nyamatusi offers game drives, guided walks, birding, canoeing and catch & release fishing.
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This 9-day Zimbabwean safari includes 3 of the most popular destinations in Zimbabwe: Victoria Falls, a 7th Wonder of the Natural World and renowned adventure capital; Hwange National Park, jewel of Zimbabwe and its largest national park, home to huge herds of elephants and healthy wild dog populations; and Mana Pools, World Heritage Site and pristine wilderness. Explore Mana on foot and by boat along its myriad waterways teeming with wildlife.