word Zimbabwe means “big house of stone”
in Shona (Zimba Ramabwe). The country was formerly named Southern
Rhodesia from Cecil Rhodes (1853-1902), English-born businessman,
politician and imperialist. Zimbabwe covers an area of 390 245km2
with a population of 12 million Africans and 120 000 Europeans.
The country is mostly on a plateau averaging 1200m elevation.
The low river valleys get an annual rainfall of 400-600mm, the
plateau gets 750-1000mm and the eastern highlands 1500-2000mm.
protected areas cover 44 680km2 (±10% of the land area)
and includes National Parks, wildlife sanctuaries, botanical and
Zimbabwe camping safari visits the famous Mana
Pools National Park is situated in the scenic Lower Zambezi Valley.
Please contact one of our expert travel
consultants for professional assistance with your
Zimbabwe camping safari.
The Zimbabwe camping safari below is comfortable
and relaxed, offering exceptional service and attention.
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and a detailed itinerary:
CAMPING CANOEING SAFARI ITINERARIES
Mana Pools Canoe and Walking Safari
- 5 days
The Mana Canoe & Walking Trail is an incredible
journey that takes one to the heart of Mana Pools and along
its shore line. This Zimbabwe camping safari traverses the
full length of Mana Pools National Park, starting close
to the western boundary of Mana Pools near Ruckomechi and
finishing 65 km downstream and many adventures away at Chikwenya's
airfield. The attraction and fun of this safari is that
guests have the opportunity to experience wildlife away
from vehicles, in canoes and on foot, at exceptionally close
quarters under the direction of an experienced guide.