African Bush Camps Kanga Camp
Kanga Camp is situated in a private concession within the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Mana Pools National Park. Famous for their walking safaris, guests can experience Mana Pools’ rich vegetation and predator sightings, which include lion and the rare and endangered wild dog. The camp itself overlooks Kanga Pan, which is an essential water supply for a multitude of different wildlife and bird species during the dry season. This means that the surrounding wildlife frequently visit the pans for a leisurely drink. Six traditional canvas tents are placed on a raised wooden deck, each with their own exclusive views overlooking the pan. The tents are elegantly designed with subtle wooden furnishings, floor-to-ceiling mesh netting and come with all the essential amenities.
During the rainy season, the pan overflows with water and for this reason Kanga Camp is only open from April until December. This time period offers the ultimate safari experience. And, because the camp is situated in a private concession there are no other safari vehicles.
Activities and experiences include walking safaris, morning and afternoon game drives, the famous armchair safaris in the dry season, and a photographic hide for both amateur and professional photographers to enjoy.
Why we like it here
The unforgettable Kanga Under the Start Sleep-Out experience.
Fantastic opportunities for walking safaris.
Things to be aware of
A full-day walking safari, accompanied by a private walking guide, needs to be pre-booked.