The private concession is set away from the crowds in a remote part of the legendary Mana pools where private safari experience are the focus, and walking game-tracking a specialty.
A 12 bedded seasonal camp built around a water hole, alive with wild-life galore being the only source of permanent water in the location.
Walking and game-drive activities in the area will be complimented by the Zambezi food plain experience where one can have water based activities that include fishing and canoeing.
Mana Pools lies below the Zambezi, where the river marks the border with Zambia, and far from any town or city. Kanga Pan is set in the most remote part of the world Heritage site, an hour inland from the Lower Zambezi River, and not far from Chitake Springs.
Accomodation : Tented Camp
Tents are comfortably furnished in a large walk-in Meru style, with en-suite bathroom facilities, out-door bucket showers with flushing toilets and private verandas over-looking the water hole.
The main chill-out area is built on raised decking, under the shade of large trees. It overlooks the splash pool and Kanga pan, where abundant game can be viewed.
Activities will include game drives in open four-wheel drive vehicles and night drives But the most unique and exciting activity is walking and tracking wild life with a professional guide: the possibility to leave your vehicle, or even walk out of the camp and track game on foot with an experienced professional guide is a rare experience in National Parks, and this is one of the best walking territory in Africa. You will enjoy thrilling nature walks to areas unreachable by car, and get even closer to nature and the animals.
Kanga is the only private concession in Mana Pools: so you are unlikely to meet anyone when on game-viewing excursions, and you will get a true sense of privacy.
Canoeing safaris on the Zambezi, that can be organised on request, as well as full-day excursions to the Zambezi River.
All photos courtesy of African Bush Camps