One of the main highlights is a game drive along the flood plain in an open 4 x 4 Land Cruiser that takes you into the heart of an Africa dream abounding with the continent’s unique animals − eland, elephant, African wild dogs, water buck, big herds of buffalo, kudu, lion and leopard. As well as that the camp provides the opportunity to bush walk, canoe and fish either from the banks or off an island in the middle of the river.
With 5 twin-bedded tents and en-suite bathroom facilities that include flush toilets and an alfresco hot bucket shower, the camp gives “Glamping” a new definition by virtue of its detailed furnishings that include 12 volt lighting and charging facilities for cameras. A well serviced mess tent with a dining and seating area forms part of the camp.
Luxury tented camp – 5 twin bedded Mini Meru style tents with ensuite bathroom facilities
5 Tents – 10 People (12 people on special request)
Opens 1 April until 15 November
Zambezi Life Styles offers a wild and natural safari experience in this famous and well known UNESCO World Heritage Site where there is varied flora, fauna, wildlife and bird life species available.
As one of the last remaining “untouched” wilderness paradises left in Southern Africa – Zambezi Life Styles provides guests with a true “Hemingway Style” authentic Safari experience.
The camp is set up prior to your arrival and taken down on the day of your departure, meaning the wilderness remains largely untouched and there are no signs evident of your presence.
Lose your heart and soul to Africa as our guides share with you their passion and knowledge of the African Wilderness.
Explore the flood plains on foot, feel the adrenaline of a canoeing safari, and encounter wildlife up close and personal in their most natural and wild environment.
There are African Painted Dogs, Pangolin Species, Aardvark, Cheetah, Leopard and Nyala to see.
Bird life species include: The Greater painted snipe, pied avocet, unique battles between the Fish Eagles and Marabou Storks over the cat fish when the pans start to dry up, Livingstone fly catcher, Lilians Lovebirds, Narina Trogon, African Pitta, Pels fishing owl, Rufous-bellied Heron
UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE – Stunning location along the Mana Pools floodplain and on the edge of the majestic Zambezi River, with the Zambezi Escarpment as a dramatic backdrop.
There is something quite unique and special about canoeing along the Zambezi River at water level whilst the wildlife overlook your canoe from the riverbank above.
Varied and adventure thrilling activities, and up close and personal encounters with wildlife,
Without a doubt unbeatable guiding.
The most remote, untouched and wild National Park in Southern Africa.