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Kanga Camp combines top-quality guiding with a remote location by a prolific waterhole in Mana Pools National Park.
Offering a pure untouched wilderness experience, Kanga Camp is situated in a remote part of Mana Pools National Park. Kanga Camp is situated in a private concession inland from the Zambezi River en-route to Chitake Springs. As the only source of surface water for a fair distance in every direction, Kanga Pan is a magnet for game, especially in the dry season around September and October when surface water is scarce – and Kanga Bushcamp a great place to view it.
Kanga Camp’s location quite literally sets it apart. Its distance from the Zambezi River, some 15km, means that a more diverse range of habitats can be explored during game drives. We will explore the river too though, having already booked a canoeing excursion.
The greatest draw though – for us and for the wildlife – is Kanga Pan, a reliable year-round source of water right in front of this luxury Zimbabwean safari lodge. It’s no wonder the camp promotes the concept of the ‘armchair safari’ – the perfect combination of vacation laziness, and incredible game-viewing.
At the same time, we know we’ll enjoy stretching our legs on walking safaris in this remote, pristine, and tranquil part of Mana Pools National Park, far from hustle and bustle of every kind – except thirsty animals!