Chirundu to Mana Pools National Park
Guests will be collected at Chirundu (we can assist with transfer arrangements to Chirundu from Harare or Lusaka), at 12.00 pm and have a road transfer to Mana Pools National Park. This drive takes about 2 hours. Once in the camp, we can start exploring this unique area. Your professional guide will select the best way to enjoy the scenery and help locate animals. Sometimes, you'll be exploring on foot and also by vehicle. The end of the day will see us enjoying the last rays of light from our camp.
Exploring Chitake Springs
The Chitake Springs area holds many secrets, let your guide show them all to you. The landscape is dotted with ancient Baobab trees, many of them hollow inside. The Zambezi escarpment is a fitting backdrop to the vast expanse of views. The game viewing around the Chitake Springs is great, and photo opportunities are excellent. Sunset by the sacred baobabs is a great way to end the day.
The Chitake Campsite is set overlooking the Chitake River, the natural spring keeps the river flowing in the dry season which draws many thirsty animals into the valley. There are many great spots to view the abundance of animals. Sometimes the easiest spot is from our comfortable campsite. We'll have some great vantage points to view animals from as the sun sets.
Chitake Springs to Chirundu
On this last day, we'll have time for a short activity in the morning. Then after breakfast, we must vacate camp no later than 10.00 am and road transfer out of Mana Pools National Park. It is possible to extend your stay and combine this trip with the Zambezi riverfront camps in the North of Mana Pools National Park. It will take about 2 hours to reach Chirundu.
- Main Destination:
- Chirundu (Town, Zambia)
- No accommodation (End of tour)
- Meals & Drinks:
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