The camp where you will be staying in the Mana Pools National Park is a small seasonal camp that can accommodate 2 to 12 guests. It is located on the banks of the Zambezi river so as to maximize the chance of observing and photographing large wildlife while providing a beautiful view of the river and the show of nature that takes place there.
The canvas tents specially mounted for the dry season have comfortable beds and bathrooms and en-suite toilet. Paraffin lamps illuminate the camp at night. Meals are cooked, and the bread baked fresh daily, over the camp fire. This organization allows a personal immersion in the nature of Mana Pools and for you to experience the atmosphere that may have been similar to the one the first visitors of the park enjoyed. If you wish you can also enjoy (free) canoes trips on the Zambezi, which flows peacefully along Mana Pools, to observe and photograph from the river the large animals coming to drink or cross the water.