An Exclusive Camp overlooking the majestic Zambezi River
The legendary Mana Pools is known for its wildlife rich flood plains and magnificent views of the Zambezi River. The river boasts of some of Africa’s most amazing tiger fishing and adventure canoeing safaris, creating the perfect combination of beauty and fun and making this World Heritage site a must-visit national park.
Zambezi Expeditions, situated at the Namyepi/Nkupi camping site, offers one of the best ways to experience Mana Pools on the banks of the mighty Zambezi River. The 12-bedded luxury mobile camp is set up prior to your arrival near the Zambezi River, providing you with the opportunity to canoe and fish either from the banks or off an island in the middle of the river. One of the main highlights is a game drive along the flood plain in an open 4 x 4 Land Cruiser that takes you into the heart of an Africa dream abounding with the continent’s unique animals − eland, elephant, African wild dogs, water buck, big herds of buffalo, kudu, lion and leopard.
With 6 twin-bedded tents and en-suite bathroom facilities that include flush toilets and an alfresco hot bucket shower, the camp gives “Glamping” a new definition by virtue of its detailed furnishings that include 12 volt lighting and charging facilities for cameras. A well serviced mess tent with a dining and seating area forms part of the camp.
The camp has a minimum stay of two nights for a minimum of two people and is the perfect combination to include with Kanga Camp to give you an overall experience of Mana Pools, both inland and riverside. Two night stays can be requested for larger groups of a minimum of ten people.
Dandawa airstrip or Mana Main airstrip – Self-drive only recommended for experienced 4x4 drivers
Flight Transfer Time:
2 hrs 30 mins (Vic Falls) and / or 1 hr 30 mins (Harare)
Number of Beds:
6 tents with a total of 12 beds for a minimum 2 nights
Number of Guides Rooms:
En-suite facilities with bucket showers and flushing toilet
Generator power, battery-charging facilities available in main area
Game driving, walking, fishing and canoeing safaris
1st April to 15th November
Not recommended for children below 7 years (see child policy) but can be accommodated on special request.
Children under the age of 16 are not able to do walking safaris however nature walks around camp are on offer.