Among the elephants of Mana Pools

Tucked away in Zimbabwe’s Mana Pools National Park, along the winding course of the Zambezi River, Ruckomechi Camp is the perfect spot for both safari-newbies and seasoned travellers who’d like to experience the area’s rich wildlife in a secluded setting. If thrilling wildlife encounters with a liberal serving of natural splendour is what you’re after, this is the place for you.

Mana Pools is a UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site – and with good reason. In the dry season, animals flock en masse to the banks of these four oxbow pools to quench their thirst, making for one of the most thrilling game-viewing experiences in Africa. Hippo, crocodile, buffalo and more are well represented here. Bonus: you even stand the chance of spotting elephants at your camp.

The camp consists of 10 en-suite Standard, Family and Honeymoon tented suites overlooking the Zambezi River. Each tent has viewing decks and indoor and outdoor showers powered by solar-powered geysers. Wooden walkways lead to the main area which includes a dining room, library, lounge and infinity pool. Plus: go in search of the camp’s secluded "bath-with-a-view" for an extra-special experience.

Highlights

  • Situated on Mana Pools National Park – a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Sightings of hippo, crocodile, buffalo and more are common here
  • Elephants wander close to the campgrounds in search of the yummy pods from the albida trees
  • 10 tented suites with private viewing decks and indoor and outdoor showers
  • A secluded "bath-with-a-view" guarantees a game-viewing experience of a different kind

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From$737per person per night
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Location

Mana Pools National Park

Mana Pools National Park, Mashonaland Central Province

Popular Facilities

  • Bar
  • Pool
  • Library

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