Lodges & safari camps in Mana Pools National Park
Vundu is a small camp with a long-standing reputation. It sits on the banks of the Zambezi River in the heart of Zimbabwe’s Mana ...More about Vundu Camp
Shortly after departing on the first game drive we came across painted dogs munching on an impala. We were able to get close and observe them. Amazing. Great location ... reviews...
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 ...More about Kanga Bush Camp
Our favourite lodge of this trip with very comfortable accommodation with a view across the camp's pan. The camp is a long way from the river and a long day's adventure ... reviews...
Refurbished in 2016, the smart Ruckomechi Camp spans nearly a kilometre of riverfront in a private concession just beside the ...More about Ruckomechi Camp
After a seamless transfer from the airstrip, we received a very warm welcome from camp manager, Karen. From then on the service and support in the camp was first class (as ... reviews...
Goliath Safaris is one of the most established safari operators in Mana Pools National Park, with nearly 30 years’ experience ...More about Goliath Safaris
We decided to start our safari to Zimbabwe at Goliath as we were interested in a more walking based safari and had heard and read great reports on the charismatic Stretch ... reviews...
Zambezi Expeditions (formerly known as Zambezi Lifestyles) offers simple accommodation in Mana Pools National Park. The camp ...More about Zambezi Expeditions
This camp was totally different to Somalisa but no less amazing. To be so close to the wildlife is something neither of us will forget. Every night we heard hyena, hippos ... reviews...
Mana Pools Canoe Trail
Canoeing is a superb way to see the Zambezi Valley, and particularly Mana Pools National Park. Floating down the river, between ...More about Mana Canoe Trail
Canoe safari was excellent. Was expecting to "rough-it", but the camps were incredibly luxurious. Being on the water gave a whole new perspective. Water ... reviews...
Named after renowned safari guide John Stevens, John's Camp is the newest camp in Zimbabwe's Mana Pools National Park, due for opening in April 2017. As a semi-permanent property, John's Camp's five meru style tents will be set up at the beginning of each safari season in one of the national park's ...More about John's Camp
Opened in July 2016, Little Ruckomechi is situated in a private concession connected to the western boundary of Mana Pools National Park. In a shaded location on the banks of the Zambezi River, it is a small camp that aims to offer luxury accommodation in a scenic location with high concentrations ...More about Little Ruckomechi