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Walking Safari in Mana Pools Africa

This wilderness walk is a treat to experience and at the same provides some great challenges.


A walking safari on foot gives you the opportunity to take the time, examining the smaller things of the bush at close range:


    - Spoor tracking.
    - Dung identification.
    - Plants hidden values.
    - The role of insects.
    - Magnificent birding.
    - Butterfly beauties in abundance.


Spotting a wild animal up close, will provide you with a memorable experience you will never forget.A person can study nature all his life and then only scratch the surface of it.


This one on one experience with nature will at least provide you with an introduction to mother nature's gifts.


This is an adventure of a liftetime that you should not miss!

 

Safari camps that Include walking safaris:


- Tented Camp: Long walks back to camp.

- Kanga Bush Camp: Where there are no roads.


Hiking Safari Benefits


This walking safari in Mana pools is aimed at making you forget about the rat race of civilization.


This wilderness heritage is a gift, and a real joy to experience at your own pace, but at the same time overcome challenges of:

Summiting a mountain, finding water buried deep beneath the river bed sand, daring to explore the uknown, and experiencing that feeling of euphoria, more powerful than you can imagine.


Simple pleasures of eating and drinking when the need arises, resting after a hard walk, feeling the breeze on a hot day and watching in peace the intricacy of Mother Nature, is what "Kodak Moments" are made of.


Mana Pools National Park


The park, a world heritage site, lies on the Lower Zambezi at the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe. It’s the only park in Zimbabwe where you’re allowed to walk unaccompanied (at your own risk). Arguably the best way to experience the park is with an experienced walking safari guide.


Zimbabwe'sbest game-viewing season is generally from late May until November.Mana Pools is difficult to access in the wet season between December and April.The hiking season is from 15 April to 15 November.

What to Bring


Good firm boots, hat, one change of clothes, torch, toiletries, change of socks and underwear per day, towel and a small bag.


- Well worn-in hiking boots or walking shoes.
- Lightweight bush-coloured clothing.
- Warm night clothes and socks during the cool months   (May–July)
- Sun protection (hat, sunscreen, sunglasses)
- Insect repellent.
- Good lightweight binoculars, 10x or less.
- Small hiking towel.

Provided


- Water Bottles initially filled with water.

- Your professional guide carries a medical kit, maps and tools and is fully armed.

- A learner guide will accompany the group to help with weight and any other aspect of the trip.

Health


Consult your GP about anti-malarial's and other precautions before traveling.


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