- 12 chalets with en suite bathroom with double showers
- Swimming pool
- Wifi in main area
- Dining Area
- Outdoor deck
- Solar Power geysers
From: $ 350.00 per person
Mana was constructed on the ideals of immersion and space. Its 12 wooden and thatched chalets, built to blend into their surroundings, each sport two double beds and a large verandah, offering various spaces to relax from. Nestled beneath and amongst the trees, the lodge emanates an ambience of being one with nature, merely a veil between luxury and the wild.
The main dining area is large and open-aired, gifting privacy for guests even when full. A giant African Mango tree graces us with permanent presence, reminding us of our roots. There is a lounge for relaxation, a deck for daydreaming and game viewing, wifi for contacting the outside world and a pool for reprieve from the African heat.
Mana Pools Safari Lodge nestles close to the National Park’s eastern boundary, woven between riverine figs and albida trees. Its thatched chalets each enjoy a view of the sweeping floodplains, as well as the mighty Zambezi River beyond, the possibility of seeing game from the comfort of your room, from dawn till dusk.
Taking time to relax on the deck or in your chalet allows for an in house game viewing experience. The Ruckomeshi river is one of the area’s lifesource for wildlife such as elephants, kudu, buffalo, wild dog and even lion; witnessed meandering through camp to quench their thirst in front of the lodge.
A giant African Mango tree takes centre stage in the main area of the lodge, reaffirming our connection with nature. A swimming pool awaits as reprieve from the African heat, cooling off after a day of exploring the park. Guided game drives and walking safaris gift the opportunity of immersing yourself in the wilderness, embracing and absorbing the wisdom of the wild. A dinner under African skies is the perfect way to end your day, reflections of your encounters shared with the stars.