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About Mana Pools National Park
Mana Pools National Park, a World Heritage Site, is pristine wilderness on the Zambezi River. The park is usually explored by canoe or on foot and is particularly appealing to adventure seekers. Four of the Big Five are present.
- Top wildlife viewing with four of the Big Five present
- Canoeing, guided and unguided walking is available
- Excellent river fishing
- Great birding destination
- Less accessible than other parks in Zimbabwe, 4WD is essential
- Limited road network
The park is home to most big safari animals. The endangered black rhino is not often spotted, but most visitors will encounter at least one of the big cats. Buffalo and elephant are abundant, and large herds roam around the floodplains. The river teems with crocodile and hippo. Wild dog are resident in the area as well.
More about Mana Pools NP's wildlife
Mana Pools consists of four main pools and several smaller pools on the floodplains of the Zambezi River. The landscape includes islands and sandbanks fringed by riverine forest and baobab trees against a backdrop of the rugged Zambezi escarpment. The park is just a small part of the 10,500km² (4,054mi²) parks and wildlife estate without physical borders or fences.Want to visit Mana Pools?
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