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Mana Pools National Park (2022)

https://www.ultimateadventures.tv/4×4-tours

Tour Date: 18-30 September 2022
Tour Cost: R16 500 per person

Tour Details

This unique park is a World Heritage Site, based on its wildness and beauty, together with the wide range of large mammals, over 350 bird species and aquatic wildlife. Mana Pools is one of Zimbabwe’s most popular parks, and it is easy to see why it falls into this profile. Once you have experienced Mana Pools, you will understand what all the hype is about and will be longing to go back over and over again. Camping at Chitake Spring in the middle of the park and then along the banks of the Zambezi will engrain memories that you will cherish forever.

Tour Highlights

  • Lake Kariba
  • Camping on the banks of the Zambezi River
  • Unfenced campsites with lots of animal encounters
  • Prolific bird life
  • Some of the best game viewing in Africa

For more information on this adventure, please contact:

Simon Steadman084 447 4666

simon@ultimateadventures.tv

https://www.ultimateadventures.tv/4×4-tours

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