Embracing Families on Safari in Mana Pools National Park
The latest addition to African Bush Camps collection of family-focused safari camps, Nyamatusi Mahogany, is the perfect luxury safari experience for families. Consisting of 2 tented suites and 2 family suites nested under ancient mahogany trees on the lush shores of the mighty Zambezi River, the camp has been designed with style and serenity in mind. Mana Pools, known as one of the last pioneer parks lying in the great African Rift valley, is an explorers’ paradise. Here, guests are able to experience the raw power of nature when canoeing down the Zambezi River, or watch a wildlife extravaganza unfold on game drives.
Solar-powered and built from all-natural materials, your experience at Nyamatusi Mahogany is powered by nature. The lounge, dining room, fire circle, plunge pool and elevated viewing decks flaunt uninterrupted views of the pristine river, floodplain and escarpment beyond. Under-canvas, our Mana Pools camp comprises two tented suites and two family suites resting beneath ancient mahogany trees on the lush shores of the mighty Zambezi River. The camp’s thoughtful, bespoke design embodies the style and serenity of its pristine surrounds. Mana Pools, known as one of the last pioneer parks lying in the great African Rift valley, is an explorers’ paradise. Set within a private concession in Mana Pools National Park, you can expect the utmost flexibility in activities. Experience the majesty of nature when canoeing down the Zambezi River, fishing on the Zambezi River (catch and release only) or birding safaris – all possible on your Mana Pools family safari.
Promoting a philosophy that embraces families into the wild, children are welcomed into camp with our special Ngwana Club starter kit and a wide range of activities are on offer, incorporating tailor-made activities for children of all ages. While children of all ages are welcome at our Mana Pools camp, due to the adventurous nature of these activities, walking safaris and canoeing are only possible for children over the age of sixteen years.