Since it opened in October 2018, Chikwenya has proved itself to be a really exciting addition to Mana Pools. Set on the eastern Mana Pools border, it is a world away and very much off the beaten track. Remaining wholly luxurious, Chikwenya is an excellent pick for the seasoned safari goer and truly a phographer's paradise.
Ruckomechi is a superb lodge in a private concession bodering Mana Pools. It is set on the banks of the majestic Zambezi and is one of Africa's best kept secrets. It lies along Zimbabwe's northern border on the banks of the Zambezi River, downstream of Lake Kariba. Mana Pools is famous for having some of the best walking and canoeing safaris in Africa as well as superb resident game, especially during the dry season.
Opened in April 2019, Nyamatusi Camp and its more family orientated camp Nyamatusi Mahogany are located in the far East of Mana Pools in the wilderness area of the park. These are the two new flagship camps from Africa Bush Camps in Zimbabwe.
Sapi Explorer Camp is the new camp from Great Plains. Small, intimate and located in a very large private concession that runs adjacent to the Eastern borders of Mana Pools National Park, Sapi is a must for safari lovers. This is a newly opened concession which has some wonderful game viewing opportunities and is an excellent addition to a Mana Pools safari.
Vundu and its smaller season camp Little Vundu are owned and run by husband and wife team Nick and Des Murrary, both excellent and well-respected professional guides. Both camps are located in a small private concession in Mana Pools National Park which is one of the best game viewing parks in Africa.
As per the other Expeditions camps run by Africa Bush Camps, Zambezi Expeditions is an excellent yet simple option along the banks of the Mana Pools National Park. The camps has a unique feel and strcuture and is styled similarly to the East African mobile tented camps instead of your typical Southern Africa permanent camps.
Located in a very isolated area eep within Mana Pools National Park, Kanga Bush Camp is named after the pan it overlooks. Arguably some of the best game viewing in Mana Pools, the sheer diversity of game that comes to the pan is incredible, with some guests choosing not to leave the main area, but just to sit and watch.