Kanga Bush Camp
Located in one of the most remote parts of Mana Pools National Park, Kanga Bush Camp (often called ‘Kanga Camp’) lies on the isolated Kanga Pan, which is near the Ruckomechi River, and away from the Zambezi. It is the newest camp in the area having opened in 2010. A member of the Expert Africa Team paid a first visit to Kanga in May 2010, and we returned in June 2011; read on to see what we thought of it.
Our view of Kanga Bush Camp
Kanga Bush Camp combines great seclusion with luxury, and a hint of the raw experience of camping under canvas in the heart of a wilderness area. Although relatively new by Mana’s standards, it does offer a very different location and experience from most of the riverside camps – and is a welcome alternative.
We find that it works well for an extended stay, of five or six nights, for travellers who are happy to take a few full-day drives and to spend some relaxing at camp. It also works for about three nights, when combined with similar time staying at one of the camps near the Zambezi.
Kanga Bush Camp: Traveller ratings
Kanga Bush Camp sits beside Kanga Pan in a remote region of Mana Pools National Park