Wilderness Safaris: Camps, Wilderness Air & Wilderness Touring

Mana Pools, Sapi, Victoria Falls, Zambezi National Park

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WILDERNESS SAFARIS is a responsible ecotourism and conservation company with private access to nearly all of southern Africa’s finest wildlife areas.

Wilderness Safaris Zimbabwe owns and operates luxury accommodation options in Hwange National Park and the following in the Zambezi Valley:-

  • Ruckomechi Camp (20-bed luxury tented and decked camp on the banks of the Zambezi River at the western end of Mana Pools National Park.  Operates seasonally April – Nov))
  • Little Ruckomechi  (intimate 6-bed tented safari camp in Mana Pools National Park just downstream from the main Ruckomechi Camp.  This camp is available for exclusive use with the services of a private professional guide.  Also operates seasonally  - April – Nov).
  • Chikwenya Camp,  (14-bed luxury tented and decked camp on the confluence of the  Zambezi and Sapi Rivers at the eastern boundary with of Mana Pools.  Operates seasonally April – Nov).

WILDERNESS AIR offers air charter services linking all Wilderness Safaris camps in the region.

WILDERNESS TOURING  is the private touring division of Wilderness Safaris. The company has offices, guides and a fleet of 30 vehicles in the Victoria Falls/Livingstone area. A wide range of full-and half-day excursion options is on offer, exploring the numerous activities and experiences available in the area.

 

Related articles:-

A slow and soulful Chikwenya Safari (Travel Blog Nov 2019)

Wild dogs settle into new home at Chikwenya (Travel Blog Oct 2019)

Unmatched Mana: A journey of complimentary experiences  (Aug 2019)

Zimbabwe's Wild Dogs/Painted Wolves:  a focus of tourism & conservation (Feb 2019)

Wilderness wins Responsible Tourism award for policy on water bottles  (May 2018)

A Ruckomechi Concession Traverse  (April 2018)

Watching the seasons change at Ruckomechi (July 2017)

Disconnecting on Safari:  Why we do it  (Jan 2017)

My Mana Pools - My Heritage  (Nov 2016)

History of Ruckomechi Camp, as told by Wilderness Safaris - Sept 2016

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