Mana Pools National Park, Zimbabwe
At a Glance
Wonderfully luxurious camp in the wildlife haven of Mana Pools National Park.
Enviously intimate atmosphere, comprised of just six large, luxury tented suites.
Part of the African Bush Camps collection, ensuring the highest levels of guiding and attention to details.
Each tent with a private deck and plunge pool, looking outwards to the might Zambezi.
Exhilarating game drives, walking safaris and canoeing are on offer around the reliable water source of Mana Pools.
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Mana Pools has a moderate to sub-tropical climate with three distinct seasons: from November to March is the Emerald, or the rainy season, April to July is Zimbabwe's winter, when the weather is cool and dry, and August to October is summer, when the weather is hot and dry. In terms of game viewing, the dryer months, meaning a higher concentration of game at the permanent water sources, are a superb time to visit. Alternatively come for some superb birdwatching at the end of the rains.
To start planning your holiday to Nyamatusi Camp
The newest addition to the African Bush Camps collection, Nyamatusi Camp is a wonderfully luxurious option in the wildlife haven of Mana pools. The camp consists of six luxurious tented suites each boasting a private plunge pool and views of the river
Nestled on the banks of one of Africa's wildest and oldest rivers, the mighty Zambezi, is Nyamatusi Camp. Nyamatusi is a highly luxurious camp offering an authentic African experience whilst maintaining high levels of service and style in the wild and remote Mana Pools National Park.
African Bush Camps is renowned for their high level of guiding and attention to detail and their newest camp, Nyamatusi, is no exception to this. This intimate camp consists of six large luxury tented suites with en suite facilities, indoor and out door showers, an indulgent bath tub, and a private plunge pool which looks out over the river and the escarpment beyond.
Mana pools is a realible water source and is therefore home to an abundance of wildlife including large numbers of elephant and predators. Your expert guides will take you on some of the most impressive walking safaris Africa has on offer, these walks will allow you to get up close to animals you never thought imaginable and will be the highlight of your African adventure. Other activities during your stay include 4x4 game drives where you can explore the further corners of the park, canoeing on the Zambezi in search of pods of hippo and crocodiles, and maybe even try your hand at fishing. Bird enthusiasts will not be disappointed by Mana Pools and specialist birding excursions can be arranged with your guide.
Canoeing on the Zambezi
Join an experienced and qualified river-guide for a canoe safari on the Zambezi River, this is a fantastic way to experience the northern safari areas of Zimbabwe and get a feel for the power of the Zambezi.
Fishing in Zimbabwe
Visitors travel from across the globe to Northern Zimbabwe to try their hand at catching one of the most iconic of fresh water game fish: the Tiger Fish. Ten-pound plus tigers are a common catch on the waters of Kariba and the wider Zambezi.
Zimbabwe is one of the best places in Africa to experience walking in the bush. The guides are of the highest quality, the game is fantastic and the different environments, throughout the country, are well suited for exploring on foot.
Mana Pools, Lake Kariba, & Hwange National Park
from SGD $11900 pp 11 nights
- A perfect balance of relaxation with activity; from walking safaris, game drives, canoe excursions and fishing
- Watch elephants walking along the shore of Lake Kariba before taking an afternoon swim
- Visit the raging Victoria Falls
Location & directions
Mana Pools National Park, Zimbabwe
Nyamatusi Camp is located on the banks of the Zambezi within Mana Pools National Park
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