Situated in a crowd-free private concession within Mana Pools in northern Zimbabwe, Kanga Bush Camp offers a truly exclusive, authentic safari experience in this untouched wilderness. The camp is set inland from the Lower Zambezi River, overlooking the Kanga Pan which provides a regular watering point for a wide range of game and birds, including elephants and wild dog, fish eagles and storks.
Mana Pools is one of Africa’s most pristine parks; between Kanga’s resident lion pride and superb Big 5 sightings you can expect thrilling safari experiences from the comfort of the viewing deck, without even leaving camp. Kanga Bush Camp offers the rare opportunity to engage with an untamed wilderness up close in the comfort and warm hospitality that made Zimbabwe safaris famous.
The six meru-style tents are located under Jackalberry trees on raised decks for an elevated view of Kanga Pan. These accommodate a maximum of 12 guests at a time, and include a family suite.Each tent has its own en-suite bathroom comprising a flush toilet and rustic outdoor shower, as well as a washbasin with hot and cold running water and a private veranda. There is no roof over the bathroom – the whole of it is open to the sky and birdsong, which makes for very charming ablutions.
The main relaxation area is built on raised decking, under the shade of ancient trees. It overlooks the splash pool and Kanga pan, where abundant game can be viewed.
Home-cooked meals are enjoyed around a communal table that is also shared by the rangers and guides. By prior arrangements, guests can also elect to dine alfresco in the bush.
01 Jul 2016 – 31 Oct 2016
$685 per person Fully Inclusive
01 Nov 2016 – 30 Nov 2016
$480 per person Fully Inclusive