Canoe Camping Safaris Lower Zambezi – Zimbabwe
Canoeing and camping Safaris on the Zambezi River from Kariba to Mana Pools park and Kanyemba.
What better way to experience the Zambezi river than on a canoe trail and canoeing is favourite way to experience all that Mana has to offer.
In the hands of experienced and knowledgeable guides, where nature is raw but beautiful, soak up spectacular gorges and red cliffs, abundant wildlife, sleeping under the stars, listening to the silence, the friendship of fellow canoeists – all this and more you will find on a Mana Pools canoe safari.
Marula – 3 day camping – 59 kms
2 nights / 3 days of canoeing through Kariba gorge from Kariba dam to Chirundu on the Zambezi river.
Travelling through the narrow and steep sided Kariba gorge, the terrain opens up.
Waking up at sunrise each day, canoeing through incredible scenery, picnic lunches and siestas.
Fish Eagle – 6 day canoe – 130 kms
US$ 1, 030
from Kariba dam wall to the Mana Pools wilderness area, canoeing approx. 21.5 kms each day.
Letting the current of the river do most of the work, allowing you to take in the beauty of Mana.
As each new day starts prepare for new sights, canoeing until early evening, sleeping on different islands,
Classic Short – 8 days – 182 kms
US$ 1, 332
like the explorers of yesteryear, canoeing is an adventure – exhilarating and exhausting.
This canoe trail leaves from Chirundu to Kanyemba affording spectacular views of Mupata Gorge, camping at the base of the towering Red Cliffs.
Canoeing is halted at mid day for lunch and to miss the heat of the day.
Zambezi Long Adventure – 10 day – 230 kms
US$ 1, 500
covering an average of 23 kms a day, canoeing along the Mana Pools national park shoreline with its abundant game and bird species.
Canoeing into the Mupata gorge, a geographaical feature of red cliffs.
Kanyemba is the border with Mozambique and the end of the trail. Road transfer back to Kariba.