Mana Pools Lodges
Mana Pools National Park and the bordering Sapi and Chewore safari areas now comprises of no less than 6800 square kilometres. This wildlife area within Zimbabwe remains largely untouched and in many places is as wild and remote as one can find in Africa.
Mana Pools is located in the Lower Zambezi valley, an area rich in wildlife, birdlife, and scenic vistas.
Wildlife sightings here include; hippopotami, crocodiles, zebra, elephant, Cape buffalo, lion, cheetah, Cape wild dog, leopard and brown hyena. Birding in the summertime is equally spectacular.
Mana Pools as a destination offers up a choice of safari lodges and camps either located on the Zambezi River or slightly more inland. The difference between the two options mainly boils down to pricing with the riverfront properties being more expensive. The wildlife sightings between the two options are +- the same, as one will transverse both regions on game drives.
Our portfolio of what we regard as the best options for guests when on safari in the Lower Zambezi Valley, one of Africa's great wildlife areas awaits.
Lodges In Mana Pools
Rates from US$1 352.00 ppChikwenya Camp is located at the confluence of the Sapi River and the Zambezi River, on the eastern border of the world heritage Mana Pools National Park. The Lodge enjoys an exclusive 7000-acre lease of pristine lower Zambezi floodplain and some 5km of river frontage.