Goliath Safaris

Mana Pools

Goliath Safaris operates a luxury tented camp on the banks of the Zambezi River in the heart of Mana Pools National Park and World Heritage Site.

Our safaris are personally conducted by Stretch Ferreira, one of Africa's top guides. He has operated in Mana Pools for more than three decades and his knowledge of and interaction with the animals of the park is legendary.

Our accommodation consists of six, comfortable, large East African-style ensuite tents with open air dining facilities and a covered lounge/ bar area.

We offer guided walks, game drives, photographic encounters and day canoe trips on the Zambezi from the camp.

 

Linked stories:

Walks & White Storks  - April 2014

Zimbabwe shines in '26 Best Safari Guides' list - Dec 2013

The Rain Reigns  - Nov 2012

Carnivore Carnival - Dec 2011

Paws for Thought  - Aug 2011

Into and out of the Blue -Jan 2011

Radio collar removed from Mana Pools lioness - Nov 2010

Lions' Eyes and Butterflies  -Aug 2010

Lunar lights and Lion fights - July 2010

Once in a Blue Moon  - Jan 2010

Reigning Cats and  Dogs  - Sept 2009

Beaks, Butterflies & Behemoths - June 2009

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Sally Wynn-Pitman, Zimbabwe 21 November 2014
The exceptional safari and guiding experiences at Goliath Safaris have earned this delightful, intimate, tented camp on the Zambezi River at Mana Pools a place at the top of Southern Africa's safari camp listings. Stretch Ferriera is one of Africa's top guides and the impressive reviews and accolades that he and his camp receive on a regular basis are well deserved.
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Telephone +263 4 882373
Mobile +263 772 733252
Price Top-end
Full Catering

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