© Elephants stop by the swimming pool at Ruckomechi Camp. Mana Pools
Mana Pools National Park is a renowned UNESCO ''World Heritage Site'' - the first one in Zimbabwe, and is synonymous with the Zambezi River.
The park is unique in that self-guided walks can be done despite the fact that there is dangerous game.Mana Pools High-lights:
- Excellent canoeing and river fishing on the Zambezi River
- Remote luxury lodges
- Viewing game from a canoe or on a walking safari
- True wilderness experience
Best time to visit Mana PoolsDry Season:
June to October - large numbers of animals come to the river to drink and graze along the lush banks. October has temperatures over 30°C. Rainy Season:
it rains intermittently from early November to the end of April and most animals move away from the river towards the escarpment. Most roads within the park are closed during this period but charter flights operate to the park.