Mana Pools, Zimbabwe
This luxury safari camp is built around Kanga Pan, a permanent water hole attracting an abundance of game during the dry season. Kanga Camp has a rustic feel and relaxed ambience. It is located near Chitake Springs on the edge of Zimbabwe’s Mana Pools National Park.
Offering impeccable service, superb game viewing right from the camp and exceptional guiding, Kanga Camp will appeal to couples and families seeking a remote and authentic African safari experience in an enchanting setting.
It provides just six spacious and comfortable Meru-style tents built on raised wooden platforms overlooking the Kanga Pan. Each tent is simply furnished and features a private verandah – the perfect spot to relax with a G&T as you watch game drink at the water hole.
The emphasis at the camp is on bush walks and tracking wildlife with first class guides. Other activities include day and night game drives, bush dinners, picnicking on the banks of the Zambezi and day trips into the national park.
Spending the night under the stars on the sleepout treehouse platform is an experience not to be missed.
Lightfoot Travel provides tailor-made itineraries that include daily tours and excursions, restaurant recommendations and bookings, and can incorporate Mana Pools into a greater Zimbabwe or African holiday. Take a look at Zimbabwe’s Wildlife and Falls as an example of a bespoke itinerary that we can create for you.
Kanga Camp Information
- Location & Getting there:
Kanga Camp is located in Mana Pools National Park in Zimbabwe. It is a 2.5-hour flight from Victoria Falls Airport or 1.5-hour flight from Harare.
Accommodates up to 12 guests in 6 tents including a family suite. Recently refurbished, each tent features a large double bed (or twin beds), floor-to-ceiling mesh windows, and an ensuite bathroom with outdoor shower overlooking the waterhole and flush toilet. The honeymoon suite comes with an outdoor freestanding tub.
-Main area with lounge and dining areas
Day and night game drives, bird watching, bush walks, picnics and dinners. The camp is only an hour from the Zambezi flood plains for canoeing and fishing trips.
The camp accepts children over 6 years old but given its nature, the camp is more suited to couples and families with much older children.