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Welcome to Mana Pools National Park

Mana Pools National Park:  Mana Pools National Park has a split personality: its vast expanse of flat land is dry and arid land becomes a broad expanse of lakes after each rainy season, which lasts from November to April. Animals follow the pools in search of water, and as the lakes dry up it is one of the best places in the region to view game like elephants, hippos, crocodiles and buffalo. Mana means 'four' in Shona, and refers to four permanent pools in the middle Zambezi that make up the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Far from any human settlement, Mana Pools National park is a great place to experience a truly wild Zimbabwe. Mana Pools National Park is one of the wildest, remotest and most beautiful parts of the world. It is reachable within a days drive of Harare with most of the journey being along tarred road. 350 bird species are found in the area. Mana is now home to prolific game and more spectacular Zambezi sunsets. 

The legendary Mana Pools is known for its wildlife rich flood plains and magnificent views of the Zambezi River and this where this camp is located. Zambezi Life Styles offers one of the best ways to experience Mana Pools on the banks of the mighty..
Kanga Camp is set within the most remote part of this World Heritage Site: Mana Pools. The camp is built around the Kanga Pan, the only permanent water source in the area available throughout the year, making it a hub for wildlife and a delight to explore..
Ruckomechi Camp, situated on the western boundary of Mana Pools National Park, accommodates guests in ten spacious en-suite tented units, including a family unit, all of which overlook the wide Zambezi River. The camp is set amongst broad-canopied..

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