Mana Pools is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a RAMSAR Wetland of International Importance and also one of the most loved and unspoiled wildlife areas in Africa. The park is on the southern side of the Zambezi River and has the spectacular escarpment as its remarkable backdrop. Photographers will find plenty here to fill their cards. The focus of the wildlife activity is on the waterfront area of the Zambezi, where wild dogs, elephants, buffalo, lion, hippo and numerous plains game come to drink.
Kanga Camp occupies a remote wilderness in Mana Pools National Park. It offers a variety of land and river-based activities plus walking safaris. The escarpment over the river provides an awesome backdrop for photographing the resident elephants.
The camp is situated on the wide open floodplain of Mana Pools National Park. Large numbers of elephant and buffalo wander by in front of the camp. The backdrop of the Zambezi Escarpment and the river create wonderful photographic opportunities and so do the Albida forests, particularly at sunset.
Located in a private concession bordering Mana Pools, this area deserves its status as a world heritage site. For photographers, the backdrop of the escarpment is awesome. Also, there are great photographic opportunities along the Zambezi River, especially for elephants.