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Mana Pools National Park

The Zambezi River begins its journey from a crack in a rock in the Congo and passes through Zambia, over two gorges (Victoria Falls being one), through two of the world’s largest dams, and into the Indian Ocean. It has long been a means of transport, carrying Monomatapa’s slaves, diamonds, gems, and other riches.

Today, Mana Pools National Park, located on the southern bank of the Zambezi River, is a peaceful place for visitors on a Zimbabwe safari tour to enjoy their gin and tonics during one of our luxurious canoeing safaris. The area, known as Zimbabwe’s Wildlife Riviera with nearly 541,000 acres of unspoiled wilderness, allows individuals on a Zimbabwe family safari or celebratory safari to witness a variety of wildlife, including over 380 species of bird, grazing buffalo, still crocodiles, wading elephants, and hippo families.

In addition to exceptional canoeing safaris, Mana Pools also boasts some of the greatest walking safaris in Africa. It’s the only park in Zimbabwe, and one of the few in Africa, where you can walk among the roaming wildlife. There isn’t a river in the world that offers the big game, wilderness location, and adventure that you’ll find at Mana Pools.