Machaba Safaris will be officially opening its new Ingwe Pan Camp in Zimbabwe’s Mana Pools National Park in May 2020. Ingwe Camp will offer a classic, authentic safari with the focus on fine dining, excellent guiding and personal hosting. The camp consists of 8 spacious eco-luxury canvas tents nestled beneath a grove of ebony trees on the southern edge of Ingwe Pan. The pan is one of the park’s largest and is an essential waterhole that is very popular with leopards as well as herds of elephant and buffalo, lion, hyaena and numerous plains game. All tents are double/twin with ensuite bathrooms with a double vanity and both an indoor and out-door shower. With no other lights in sight, showering under the stars is an experience not to be missed. Rooms are all on raised decks, with natural walkways between them. The main living area consists of a spacious tent under a magnificent fig tree on the water’s edge. Dining is under the stars and the covered area encompasses two comfortable seating areas, a tea station and casual bar. Mana Pools is synonymous with walking safaris and Ingwe won’t disappoint! Having a private concession means the pan can also be explore by night which is a real bonus – if you can bear to tear yourself away from the camp’s pan which is popular with predators at night. In addition to the walks, Ingwe offers twice daily guided game drives with expert guides and fishing from canoes or from the bank is available on request. No stay is complete without a visit to the nearby Zambezi River for early morning tea, sundowners - or even a bush picnic or barbeque. Ingwe Camp combines perfectly with Machaba Safaris’ camps in Hwange, Chobe and the Okavango.
The camp welcomes children over the age of 6 years. The camp is open for bookings on email@example.com or visit www.machabasafaris.com