Mana Pools National Park

Zimbabwe

The name ‘Mana Pools’ comes from the pools that still lie in the abandoned river channels that run through the terraces. The word ‘Mana’ is said to mean “four”, which refers to the largest of these pools with are filled with water year round. During the dry season, wildlife gathers around the few inland pans in search of water, providing incredible game watching sightings as the predators lie in wait nearby.If you are keen birder, Mana Pools is certainly worth a visit, as a very special place for bird watching. Look out for fish eagles, heron and other water based fowel, scarlet carmine bee-eaters as well as elusive delights such as the Pels Fishing Owl and the African Skimmer, which nests on sandbanks mid-river.Mana Pools offers a very rewarding wildlife experience. Accommodation is unfenced, and bush walks are a must. However there are plenty of other activities on offer: canoe trips down the Zambezi River, hiking, game viewing, bird watching and, at night, studying the stars in an African clear sky are just a few examples of what you can do in Mana Pools National Park.

Mana Pools National Park Example Itineraries

All of the trips we create for Mana Pools National Park are designed and tailored specifically for you. We create each trip from a blank piece of paper, building the holiday you had dreamed, using our experience, knowledge and contacts to design the ultimate experience.

Below are some of examples of trips in Mana Pools National Park that we have created, designed to showcase the destination, our expertise and create some inspiration.

10 Day Itinerary

Guide Price: £12,900pp

Guide Price: $15,500pp

9 Day Itinerary

Guide Price: £8,500pp

Guide Price: $10,300pp

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