Mana Pools National Park
Mana Pools is situated in the Zambezi Valley, in northern Zimbabwe. Mana means ‘four’ in Shona, and refers to the four large permanent pools left by the Zambezi River as it flows into the floodplain area. Mana is one of Africa’s popular game viewing areas, as many large animals are in the region in search of water. The area is teeming with life and home to four of the Big Five (excluding only Rhino) and the only National Park in the world where you are allowed to freely walk with the wild animals and get to experience Africa as it should be - on foot! One can walk with the giants - African Bull elephants - dine amidst herds of buffalo - gaze upon prides of lion - enjoy sundowners with hippos on the banks of the Zambezi River and bird watch over 400 species of birds.
The camp's five en-suite tents are complete with full beds, a soft rug, wooden shower decking, toiletries, linen cushions, a vivid silk throw and cool Egyptian cotton sheets. The veranda outside is shelter to two director’s chairs and a table, an ideal spot for a book and afternoon tea. With privacy in mind, the tents are generously….