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Chewore - Canoe Adventure Trail

Chewore adventure canoe trail starts from Nyamepi Camp, Mana Pools National Park and finishes at the Chewore River Mouth, covering a total of distance of 75 kms down the Zambezi River.

Rates - 5 days / 4 nights


Mana to Chewore starts Tuesdays.

US$ 850 per person per trail for 5 days.

Canoe trails operate on a minimum of 4 guests, maximum 8 guests.


Includes:
All meals, local cordials, local wine with dinner, use of camping and cnaoeing equipment and a 2% government tourism levy.


Excludes:
Transfers (available on request) and flights.

Travel insurance is essential.

National Parks Fees:
Entrance fee - US$ 20 per person.
Launch fee - US$ 10 per person.
(To be settled direct by the client on arrival).

E and O.E


Closed from November through to end April each year.

Mana Pools | Wild Animals At Mana Pools


Zambezi Escarpment

Kariba Road

Route Map - Zambezi River

 

DAY 1


Nyamepi Camp is set on the Zambezi River. This spot is approximately seven hours out of Harare by road or alternatively can also be reached by chartered flight.


Briefed by the guide at about 1400 hours as to canoeing and safety procedures, you will launch onto the Zambezi River with experienced river guides and canoe 13 kms along this wide channeled part of the Lower Zambezi to the first overnight stop.



DAY 2


After an early morning rise, the trail continues past islands, reed beds and sand bars where elephant, hippos and abundant birdlife can be seen.The distance covered this day is 28 kms before stopping overnight at Nyamautsi.






DAY 3


Today guests canoe into the Zambezi River's main stream and will approach the Chewore Safari Area.

Guests canoe 25 kms this day following the river as it winds its way between mountains on one side and plains on the other.The over night stop is near the Chewore River Mouth.



DAY 4

Guests will canoe 9 kms in the early morning to the Chewore River Mouth on the Zambezi River where the trail ends.


You will begin your return journey out of the Zambezi Valley - game viewing is often good on your way out.


- Wild animals don't fear the silent canoes.

- Elephants never charge into water as they don't feel   threatened by water.


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