Kanga Camp is in a private concession in the Mana Pools region, built around a waterhole so you'll have 24 hour wildlife viewing on your doorstep, a veritable 'armchair safari'! You'll be able to explore on foot and by vehicle during your stay for a comprehensive safari experience, with the chance also to experience a night on a platform set beneath huge fig trees in the African bsuh.
Accommodation is in 6 walk-in tents, each with a screened, open air bathroom with running water for the shower, wash basin and toilet. To the front of the bedroom there's a veranda, perfectly positioned for watching animals around the waterhole. The larger family/honeymoon tent offers extra space, day beds, an open plane lounge-dining area.
With accommodation for a maximum of 16 guests, this is an intimate and friendly place to stay. There's a central lounge on a raised deck, shaded by trees. This is where you'll relax between walks and drives, putting your feet up and chatting to other guests. It's also where meals are served, which are eaten as a group, allowing you to swap stories of safari experiences as you dine. There are 2 main decks, with a plunge pool, camp fire and open air lounge. Bush meals in specially selected spots can also be arranged on request.
Open: Kanga Camp is open from the beginning of April till the end of November each year.
Location: The camp is near Kanga Pan and Chitake Springs in Mana Pools National Park. It is 15kms from the Zambezi River. The nearest airstrip is Dandawa.
Rooms: There are 6 tents. All have a screened, open air en-suite bathroom with running water, a shower, hand basin and a flush toilet, and a private deck. One of the tents is larger with a double bed and 2 day beds, a private dining-cum-lounge area and a bath as well as a shower
Activities: Enjoy a mix of game drives, walking safaris and bird watching in this Big 5 region. Fishing and canoeing on the nearby Zambezi floodplains in Mana Pools can be arranged if requested in advance of arrival and subject to availability. If staying 3 nights or more you can experience a night in the bush with the ‘Kanga Under the Stars’ programme. This consists of drinks and dinner in a remote bush setting followed by a sleep-out on a platform set high up under fig trees, with proper beds and bedding and covered by a mosquito net, with shared flush toilets and bucket showers
Facilities: Communal facilities include a covered lounge and dining area looking out over a waterhole. Outside there’s a split level deck providing ample seating, both shaded and sunny, and a camp fire area. There is also a plunge pool. Solar power is backed up by a generator and there are charging points in the central area. There is a free laundry service.
Dining: Meals are eaten as a group in the covered dining room and out on the deck. The honeymoon/family tent has its own dining area which can be used if preferred.
Children: Children aged 7 years and upwards are welcome. Younger children may sometimes be accommodated on special request. The minimum age for walking safaris is 16 years, though younger children can accompany a guide on walks near the camp.
Health: This is a malarial area.
Communication: There is no Wi-Fi or internet access.
Notes: The camp is available for exclusive use if booked by a minimum of 10 guests.
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