Set in the most remote part of the World Heritage Site in Mana Pools, is the Kanga Pan. This intimate camp is set back from the more visited Zambezi riverbank and offers a fantastic, different safari experience to the national park itself.
The area is perfectly undeveloped and ideal for exploring on foot. The key to Kanga is the pan which, as the only perennial water source for quite a distance, provides a regular watering point for elephant, buffalo and an array of plains game and their associated predators (particularly lion and wild dog).
The camp is small, comprised of only 6 tents and a main gathering and dining area with views of the water-hole. Each tent is large and includes an outdoor bathroom, where guests can shower under the stars and well as cozy beds for a peaceful night’s rest and a comfortable veranda for reading, relaxing and enjoying the views of a watering hole bustling with wildlife.