Canoe Trip Zambezi river – 6 day Fish Eagle
Canoe Trip on the Zambezi river from Kariba dam wall to the wilderness area of Mana Pools park
starting from Kariba, 8 km down stream from the Kariba Dam Wall and ends in Mana Pools National Park. The Safari travels 18 km through the Kariba Gorge after which the river opens up into the flood plains which are prolific in wildlife. Mana Pools National Park is a protected World Heritage Site.
The Safari as a whole covers approx. 130 km from start to finish. Each day an average of 21.5 km will be paddled, however don’t let this daunt you, the current of the river will do most of the work for you so relax and take in the magnificent surroundings
■ road transfers to and from the safari from Kariba – e.g. from Chirundu / to Mana Pools
■ meals, basic drinks (water, tea, coffee and imported wine with dinner)
■ all canoeing equipment – the canoes are two-man Canadian-style canoes, and the paddles are American Carlisle paddles.
■ camping equipment – two-man dome tents, sleeping bags, liners, mattress, mosquito net, fly sheet, ground sheet and tarpaulin (in case of rainy weather).
■ fully qualified canoe guides
■ Notes: the rate does not include National Park Fees which are payable direct to Parks.
■ SADC rates on request.
|Duration||6 days – 5 nights|
|Collection Points||Lusaka or Kariba|
|Minimum age||14 years – no maximum|
|Departure days||Tuesday – Saturday – Sunday|
|Luggage allowance||10 kgs on the river|
|Available||operational all year round|
|Group size||two – eight|
Rates per person valid to 31 October 2018