Adventures in Africa are nothing without a few days on safari at the awe-inspiring Kanga Camp, one of those Mana Pools safari lodges that you will never forget, in the valleys of Zimbabwe where wildlife runs free and there is water everywhere. We recommend valuable time spent in perfectly positioned tented safari accommodation at Kanga Camp in the heart of Mana Pools National Park Zimbabwe for game viewing par excellence!
Kanga Camp is one of those authentic bush camps that travellers into Africa choose for its walking safaris and immersion in the wilderness away from the crowds. And simply seeing and experiencing Mana Pools is something unforgettable in itself – it’s a renowned UNESCO World Heritage Site blessed with a wealth of biodiversity and untouched habitats.
When the rains come, Mana Pools is a series of beautiful lakes and the name, mana, means four as there are four main pools here in the Zambezi valley right opposite Zambia’s magnificent Lower Zambezi National Park. Wildlife teems in the valley when it rains and the waters rise then as the dry season approaches, the animals remain here for the water.
Ingeniously hidden on a secluded bend of the Zambezi River, Kanga Camp is designed to blend seamlessly into its surroundings. It’s a remote and exclusive safari destination with only 6 roomy elegant tents complete with en-suite showers, private decks with views of the river and surrounding wilderness, lovely comfy beds with billowing mosquito nets and crisp cool linens.
Guests can even swim here in the Mana Pools National Park, in the Kanga swimming pool while elephants swim in the natural pools nearby. Dinners after safari drives and walks are so appreciated and enjoyed around the fire pit and guests love to relax and meet up at the bar and in the delightful comfy lounge beside the dining area. Solar energy keeps the lights on and all waste is recycled while sustainable tourism is all about wildlife conservation and community support.
Canoeing on the Zambezi River is one way to game view and provides a fascinating bird’s eye view of smaller creatures and plants – learn from the camp’s experienced guides who are always on hand to offer insights and advice. Grab the opportunity to go on a night drive to see nocturnal animals such as hyenas and bush babies.
Travel with Voyage2Africa to the breath-taking Kanga Camp as part of a journey into Zimbabwe where wonderful wildlife, jaw-dropping landscapes and plenty of waterholes ensure that you never forget this tour into Africa. Yes, Kanga Camp is sure to exceed your expectations!
Tours to Zimbabwe that start at the trail-blazing Kanga Camp introduce all travellers into Africa to such a wealth of wildlife that they never want to leave. Such explorers choose this camp for its fabulous walking safaris, its breath-taking landscapes and mind-blowing sunsets.
Choose a conservation area selected as one of the few UNESCO World Heritage Sites due to its valuable biodiversity, its pools of precious water and seasonal animal movements, its beautiful old trees and its space for wildlife to move between borders. Elephants swim across the Zambezi River to Zambia’s Lower Zambezi National Park so a canoeing safari is all revealing in this way, also to view crocs and hippos wallowing in the warm waters.
Only 6 canvas suites peep out from a secluded bend of the Zambezi River and feature en-suite bathrooms, private verandas, and views of blissful surroundings. Grab a drink in the lounge and wander down to the fire pit for dinner to hear all the stories from your guides about life in wild Zimbabwe. Everything works on solar power and camp owners are committed to eco-friendly practices.
Delicious food using locally-sourced ingredients is a huge highlight of your day at Kanga Camp so choose this national park, Mana Pools, for walks and canoeing safaris in the deep wild nature of the Zambezi valley! Voyage2Africa takes you there in style and can tailor-make any package you desire, with additional forays into Hwange Game Reserve and Lake Kariba too.
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