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The Mana Pools National Park is one of Zimbabwe's World Heritage Sites and is situated in the north of the Country, with the Zambezi River forming its northern boundary. This area forms part of the Middle Zambezi Valley, which extends eastward from Kariba to Kanyemba and southwards to the summit of the steep Zambezi Escarpment. The Middle Zambezi Valley is one of the few remaining places on earth where the black rhino can still be found. The accessible water and abundance of vegetation attracts high concentrations of animals. There is a growing number of safari operators offering professionally guided canoe trails, affording the visitor a close up view of an abundance of wildlife along the banks of the Zambezi River.


  • There are great concentrations of wildlife along the river banks, the most spectacular being the black rhino.


  • You can enjoy many water sports, such as canoeing 

  • Scenic hiking trails.