Kanga & Zambezi Lifestyles, 7-days safari
Are you planning to visit Victoria Falls and willing to combine it with a real safari experience? Or coming from Botswana safari spots to enjoy Zimbabwe most famous world heritage site?
This 7-days special provide travellers to Zimbabwe an amazing chance to explore one of best hidden jewel of African safaris: Mana Pools. Combine a 3 nights stay at the intimate Kanga camp with another 3-nights on the mobile Zambezi lifestyle camp, and benefit reduced rates on premium safari facilities.
Safari operates:from May to October included (shoulder & dry seasons)
- Kanga Pan in Mana Pools National Park (Zimbabwe)
- The Zambezi River & Mana Pools National Park (Zimbabwe)
- Safari starts & ends in: Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe)
Victoria Falls has good connections from various international airports. View Map »
- Safari Duration: 6 days
- Safari operates: from May to October included (shoulder & dry seasons)
- Children: Children under 6 years old are only accepted during Easter, Christmas and special promoted periods, or by prior arrangement. See our child policy or contact us.
Mana Pools & the Zambezi:
Mana Pools National Park is a UNESCO world heritage site based on it’s wilderness and beauty, and is synonymous with the mighty Zambezi river. This wilderness area offers spectacular views of dramatic landscapes and fantastic opportunities for safari and wilderness experiences. Read More »
Itinerary at a glance:
- Day 1 – 4: Kanga Camp, Mana Pools National Park (3 nights)
Day 4 – 7 : Zambezi Lifestyles Camp, Mana Pools National Park (3 nights)
Detailed safari Itinerary:
Day 1 – 4: Kanga Camp, Mana Pools National Park (3 nights)
Following your arrival at Victoria Falls Airport you will meet your pilot and be transferred by light air charter to Mana Pools where you will spend three nights at Kanga Camp, exploring the inland river beds, pans and open plains of the National Park by game drives and guided walks with an armed professional guide.
The camp: Kanga Camp has six tents set in the heart of Mana Pools National Park. The main area of the camp is on decking overlooking the Kanga Pan, with a relaxing lounge area under the shade of large trees. There is the choice of taking game drives in open-topped four-wheel drive vehicles or walking with professional guides. The opportunity to leave one’s vehicle and track game on foot is an experience rare in the national parks of Africa and in Mana Pools in particular this provides the visitor with the chance to track game in safety with an experienced professional guide. Other activities include canoeing which is organised on request. Read More »
The area: Game abounds on the flood plains and in the Mopane woodlands of Mana Pools. Kanga Pan particularly attracts great game in big concentrations as it is the only water found in the floodplain above the river. The predators, including lion, wild dog and leopard are often sighted and large concentrations of buffalo can be found in the Mopane woodland and open plains studded with Ilala Palms. Kudu, zebra, impala and waterbuck can be seen on the surrounding plains. Elephant take advantage of the plentiful “albida” trees in the area. Bird watching is also a great attraction of the area. Read More »
Day 4 – 7: Zambezi LifeStyle Camps, Mana Pools National Park (3 nights)
After your last morning activity at Kanga Camp, you will begin your three nights on the Zambezi River in Zambezi Lifestyles Camp.
Come on the adventure of a lifetime for an experience like no other. This safari takes you to several prime spots of this World Heritage site allowing you to explore new territory every day.
The camp: Each night you will end up back at a mobile tented Camp, which is a comfortable camp on the banks of the Zambezi that is set up for the season each year. Each tent is a spacious mini meru-style tent with en-suite bathroom, flush toilet and outdoor bucket shower. Read More »
The area: There are plenty of opportunities to walk the famous floodplain of the Zambezi valley, exploring the Mana Pools wilderness areas well off the beaten track. Wildlife to be seen includes hippos, crocodiles, lions, wild dogs, leopard, hyenas, elephant, buffalo, waterbuck and many other antelope. Read More »
Activities:Canoeing is an optional activity which allows guests to do light paddling down the Zambezi River with a professional guide canoeing alongside them. The whole trip will be along the shoreline in Zimbabwe’s Mana Pools National Park covering a total distance of about 50 kilometers, where you’ll enjoy viewing of wildlife from a totally different perspective.
Day 7: Mana Pools – Victori Falls Airport
After your last morning in Mana Pools you will be transferred by light air craft to Victoria Falls Airport and your onward travel arrangements. (End of Safari)
From US$ 3,516 per person (all inclusive).
You save up to $258 for a couple!
All-inclusive policy: Our rates are per guest for the whole safari and include: accommodation based on 2 persons sharing, all meals, all beverages except premium imported spirits and champagne, national parks entry fee’s, game activities during the safari, laundry, road transfers and charter flight transfers. See details in our Rates & Conditions page.