Zambezi Expeditions, a semi-mobile camp situated at the Nkupi camping site, offers one of the best ways to explore and experience Mana Pools on the banks of the mighty Zambezi River. The legendary Mana Pools is known for its wildlife rich flood plains and magnificent views of the Zambezi River. Six mini meru style tents are set along the riverside on the open flood plains where it is not uncommon to have wildlife wandering through camp.Back to Mana Pools
Zambezi Expeditions is located in the Nkupi Camping Site within Mana Pools National Park on the Mighty Zambezi River with a spectacular view of the escarpment on the Zambian side.
Access to Zambezi Expeditions is either via charter flight to Mana Pools main airstrip (approximately 40 minutes drive from the camp) from Victoria Falls, Harare or one of the other parts of Zimbabwe, or a scheduled road transfer from Harare or boat transfer from Chirundu.
There are 6 Mini Meru Style Tents et under the shade of winter thorn and ebony trees. Each
En suite bathroom facilities with hot bucket showers and flush toilet
Deck overlooking the Zambezi River
Comfortable twin or Double Beds with views of the River
Morning & Afternoon Game Drives
Walking Safaris (guides are armed when walking)
Catch and release fishing
With unique access to the Zambezi River, your days will be filled with adventurous canoeing safaris, tracking game
along the shorelines by foot, and fishing for the iconic tiger fish. An absolute must, however, is a game drive in an open
4 x 4 along the flood plains and into the heart of the Mana Pools UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Children of ages 16 years old and above are welcome
There are no Family Rooms at Zambezi Expeditions
Zambezi Expeditions Camp is seasonal and operates from 1st April to 30th November
Education and Internships: Since 2012, They have partnered with the Precious Life Foundation to provide
opportunities for young ladies to embark on 6-month hospitality and catering attachments at the African Bush Camps properties To date, 23 internships have been successfully completed, with six of these attachment
students having been offered full time employment with African Bush Camps as a result
Conservation: African Bush Camps Safari Properties are committed to operating in a sustainable
manner, ensuring that they preserve the environment, culture and conservation of Africa.
Where possible they use solar power, low energy lighting systems, wastewater treatment,
grey water recycling, and single use plastic reduction initiatives
Power Source is Generator Power
There are Battery charging facilities in the main area
There is no wifi at the camp
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