Elephants move through the camp, magnificent view over the Zambezi & mountains behind, great birdlife. Uncomplicated but comfortable, with nice touches like outdoor baths and poolside hammocks.
On an island on Lake Kariba; similar activities as Changa. Camp has main structure and 2 rooms built from stone and thatch, remaining rooms canvas.
More intimate and personal than sister camp Rukomechi upstream; light and airy style but luxurious. Walking is a speciality of this area.
Mana’s easternmost camp is far from others, on the Zambezi, in a simple rustic style. As you’d expect in this area, great walking, but also a nice surprise of healthy eating.
Simple, relaxed camp on huge Lake Kariba; it’s not prime game viewing land but there are lion, elephant and cheetah – and bush babies in camp which can sometimes be seen in the day. Also, boat excursions, walking, birding and fishing.
Bumi Hills Safari
Getting a big upgrade so all the rooms enjoy the magnificent views of Lake Kariba. Fishing and boating, chill poolside, or take a game drive but don’t expect the best sightings.
Victoria Falls River/Island
Opening August 2017, will be the first camp in this reserve. The island camp has just 3 treehouses.
17 miles of Zambezi frontage, good game viewing land and 26 miles from Vic Falls, this combines the best of everything. Matetsi River House is the new, sexy private villa which looks out over the pool onto the Zambezi.
Relaxed, family run camp with subterranean wine cellar, hide at the waterhole, treehouse for sleepouts and 2 exclusive use options.
Upgraded to luxurious levels but still a leading example in eco-friendly operations. Divided into 2 camps operating independently; Somalisa Acacia is better for families.