As a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it's not hard to see why Mana Pools National Park is a well-known place to visit in Zimbabwe. You should know that this unique park has two ‘faces’. During the rainy season, the usual flood plains you see turn into a vast lake. This may also be the reason why canoe safaris, in particular, are popular here. With a Mana Pools safari, you’ll get the chance to see over 350 bird species, aquatic wildlife, and of course, some majestic land creatures!
The canoe is gliding silently on the Amazon high waters. In the distance, you can hear the roar of a howler monkey.
A spec of black amidst the green foliage. It is stirring! Your guide points up in the tree where a gorilla is minding its own business as if they aren’t even bothered by the humans.
A large expanse of gently rolling grassland. From place to place, a flat-topped acacia tree dots the scenery. Zebras and wildebeest graze undisturbed.