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Camp Zambezi

What is the best time of year to go? From 15th April to 15th November (dry season). This area is very muddy and impossible to travel through during the wet season which starts from mid-November and extends to end of March.

Safari tour package: A custom, tailor-made, private safari
Prices and Dates: $1215
Includes internal flights: No
Length of safari: 4 days
Best months: April - November
Countries visited Zimbabwe Zimbabwe
Parks visited Mana Pools
Activity level Easy - Game drives, bush dinners
Safari type:
  • Romantic
The romantic light of the candelabra at the dinner table makes dining in the African bush, surrounded by the evening sounds a very special occasion.

Day One 
Fly by air charter into Mana Pools National Park where you will be met by your guide with ice cold drinks. Drive approximately 30 minutes through jesse Bush and mopane habitats to Camp Zambezi for lunch. You may by then, have met a few of your neighbours - elephant, kudu, zebra, impala and many birds!

mobile tented camp will have been set up by the camp staff - walk-in mosquito-proofed tents with en-suite chemical toilet, external long-drop toilets, hot showers, dining table, drinks table, iced drinks, sumptuous bush-prepared meals and director’s chairs around the fireplace. Our chef will have prepared a delicious lunch to give you strength for the first afternoon’s walk. 

This afternoon there is the option of a familiarisation walk or game drive to get to see the lay of the land. Then back to camp for sundowners, a hot (or cold if you prefer) shower, and a fine dinner. During dinner your guides will chat to you about the game activities available to you and what option you would like for the morning. Beds are very comfortable and warm so it can be difficult to stay awake to listen to the neighbours going about their nightly activities!

  • Tip: Plan your safari for the two weeks before the full moon - your flashlight batteries won't run out!

Day Two

To make the most of your day – we suggest an early morning wake up - with hot water being poured into the hand basins - before first light - and go straight out to check for spoor and animal activity around camp. Enjoy a beautiful African sunrise and then back into camp after about an hour. On your return a light breakfast will be served with tea and coffee. 
After breakfast set off on your morning’s activity – you may take to the river for the day (or morning) – set off by vehicle or on foot to explore the National Park. Whether you opt for land or water activities – half or full day – you can be assured of incredible experiences. 

The guides will carry a heavy calibre rifle, first aid kit, lunch and extra water. Clients will carry extra personal water and personal items for the day.
Then back to camp for the night where once again, a wonderful meal, hot shower, cold drinks and friendly staff will be awaiting.

  • Tip: On dark nights it is amazing to stand in the riverbed star-gazing with no other lights around!

Day Three

Another day along the lines of Day Two where the choices are yours to make the most of this amazing spot. This third night will again be spent at Camp Zambezi - with all the trimmings. 

Day Four

Depending upon your time of departure, or if you are moving on to a canoe trail or alternative camp, you may either take another early walk before breakfast or have a bit of a sleep in! After that, there will be a short game drive to the airstrip where we bid you farewell!  



  • Should you be combining this experience with another of our safari / camping options – we will move with you to your next camp.
  • We provide all equipment for the supported camps and hiking trail: bedding, towels, sleeping bags, sleeping mats, tents, cooking equipment, and extra water containers.
  • Specific catering is arranged with four weeks prior notification.
  • Maximum number of clients – 8
  • Minimum number of clients – 2
  • Exclusive/Private guided rates on application as with customised/extended version safaris.
  • National Parks Entry and Camping fees not included and will be advised on booking.
  • Standard Booking Terms and Conditions on provisional booking request.
  • All rates and conditions/itineraries may change without prior notice


  • Sturdy well walked-in hiking boots/shoes and a pair of light sandals to wear at night
  • Lightweight bush colored clothing – (laundry may be done at the supported camps - mid year can be cold at night and early mornings so light weight warm clothing is a MUST)
  • Long pants
  • Beanie and sleeping socks for cool months (June – August)
  • Wide brimmed hat
  • Sunglasses
  • Good light weight binoculars of 10 xs or less power
  • Camera/video – please bring plenty of back-up power / batteries – we do not have electricity in our camps
  • Personal insect repellents and sunscreen
  • Small hiking towel.


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