na”>Seeing an elephant close enough to count the wrinkles on his trunk is a breathtaking experience… literally! Canoeing down the Zambezi river leaves most who encounter its waters with a great number of stories to tell, some good, some very humorous and other’s that would rather be forgotten. One thing is for certain, it is a thrilling experience, a trip for the adventurous traveller!
Canoeing is a unique experience for guests to see wildlife up close which they would usually only see in a book, or at best a couple of hundred metres away from the car window. With some of the best guides in
November 2006 issue.
Not all safari trips guarantee guests of seeing ‘prized’ species, but on a canoe trip down the
The long days are spent canoeing, walking, bird spotting and enjoying meal times on the river. During the heat of the day one of the more popular pastimes for guests, is enjoying a cold
At the end of the day, the canoes pull over, sundowners are enjoyed and guests recall their stories from the day in front of an impressive sunset. Dinner is prepared and after all the stories and excitement of the day has died down, satisfied guests retire for the evening.
The Mana Canoe Trail
Three nights/Four days
This safari is perfect for adventurous travellers, allowing guests the closest possible encounters with wildlife on one of the greatest rivers in
Day 1: Arrival at Ruckomechi airfield, and begin canoeing in
Day 2: Full day canoeing and walking, Mana Pools.
Day 3: Full day canoeing and walking through Wilderness zone, Mana Pools.
Day 4: End canoeing, arrive Chikwenya airfield for flight out.
Options: Spend one night at Ruckomechi Camp prior to Day 1 and at Chikwenya Camp at Safari’s end on Day 4.
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