Kanga Camp is set in private concession on the edge of Mana Pools National Park. The camp is built around Kanga Pan, a permanent water hole, which as the only source of permanent water in the area, draws in incredible game during the dry season.
Enjoy an afternoon sitting in the shade of the trees on the camp deck and watch as the game floods through the bush to drink from the pan in front of camp
Spend a night in the 'platforms', raised decks in the trees above a dry riverbed - an incredible experience under the African night sky
Track animals directly from camp with one of the expertly trained guides
Take a day trip into the national park itself and enjoy a picnic lunch on the banks of the Zambezi
Kanga Camp is an African Bush Camps property set within a private concession linked to the Mana Pools National Park, which is easily accessed by a game drive of approximately 1-hour. This intimate, six tented camp, is set back from the Zambezi away from the more visited Zambezi riverbank and offers a fantastic, different safari experience to the national park itself.
African Bush Camps is owned by the celebrated Zimbabwean guide Beks Ndlovu, himself a veteran of many years spent guiding in the area. At Kanga, Beks has created a safari experience which focuses on a private safari experience where tracking animals on foot with the highly qualified guides is a special experience.
This area of Zimbabwe is very hard to access during the rainy season as the dry riverbeds fill with rain water flowing from the escarpments. As a result, Kanga Camp is only open in the shoulder and dry seasons from April through to the end of October.
When to visit
In the dry season you don't even need to go on the afternoon game drive...just sit on the deck and watch the action unfold!
Mana Pools sits within the lower Zambezi Valley, where the river marks the border with Zambia. 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.
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.
Platforms at Kanga
Spend a night sleeping under the stars on Kanga's fantastic platforms. When you head out of camp after tea remember pack your tooth brush as you won't be coming back this evening.
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.