Kanga Bush Camp
Located in one of the most remote parts of Mana Pools National Park, Kanga Bush Camp (often called simply ‘Kanga Camp’) lies on the isolated Kanga Pan, which is near the Ruckomechi River, about 15km (as the eagle flies) away from the Zambezi. It is the newest camp in the area, having opened in 2010, but its tents have already been upgraded.
Our view of Kanga Bush Camp
Kanga Bush Camp combines seclusion with luxury, and a hint of the raw experience of camping in a wilderness area. Although a relative newcomer to Mana Pools, Kanga is in a different environment to most of the parks’ other camps, which are beside the river, and so it offers a very different experience . Come to Kanga for a long stay and spend time in camp relaxing by the waterhole, or stay for a shorter time in combination with one of Mana’s riverfront camps, or the ‘Lifestyles’ mobile camp.
Kanga Bush Camp: Traveller ratings
Kanga Bush Camp sits beside Kanga Pan in a remote region of Mana Pools National Park