Lodges & safari camps in Mana Pools National Park
Kanga Bush Camp
Located in one of the most remote parts of Mana Pools National Park, Kanga Bush Camp (often called ...More about Kanga Bush Camp
We really enjoyed our four nights at Kanga - and could easily have spent the whole time just sitting ... Kanga Bush Camp reviews...
Vundu Camp is a small camp with a long-standing reputation. It lies amongst a grove of ebony and ...More about Vundu Camp
We had a super four nights at Vundu, complementing perfectly our immediate previous four nights ... Vundu Camp reviews...
Ruckomechi Camp (sometimes seen spelled ‘Rukomechi’, or even ‘Ruckomenchi’) spans nearly a kilometre ...More about Ruckomechi Camp
After having the time of our lives in Zambia, our very first impression of Ruckemechi was a touch ... Ruckomechi Camp reviews...
Goliath Safaris is one of the most established safari operators in the Mana Pools National Park ...More about Goliath Safaris
This is a much more simple camp than we had previously stayed in. With a one temperature shower ... Goliath Safaris reviews...
Mana Pools Canoe Trail
Canoeing is a superb way to see the Zambezi Valley, and particularly Mana Pools National Park. ...More about Mana Canoe Trail
Canoing the Lower Zambezi was a perfect way to conclude our initial Africal Safari. They call ... Mana Canoe Trail reviews...
Zambezi Life Styles
Zambezi Life Styles is a semi-permanent camp set up on the banks of the Zambezi River. No one from ...More about Zambezi Life Styles
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