Little Ruckomechi, Mana Pools, Zimbabwe

Little Ruckomechi is a Classic Camp

Intimacy under the iconic albida trees

Little Ruckomechi’s scenic location epitomises Mana Pools National Park in all its abundance. The camp is all about the intimacy of being close to nature and amongst the iconic albida trees that characterise the area. The camp’s location within our private Ruckomechi Concession ensures an exclusive safari experience complete with a diverse range of activities through which to explore Mana, one of the great wildlife areas of Africa.

Built on wooden decks, the handsome en-suite tents are airy and elegant; a reminder of the by-gone explorer era. The living spaces include a dining room and lounge as well as a plunge pool all looking out over the great Zambezi River and the Zambian foothills in the distance.

Highlights

  • An authentic, exclusive, stylish bush camp, with an intimate “home from home” style
  • Excellent wildlife viewing in the concession and National Park, with hippo, buffalo and predators often sighted
  • Wide range of activities: boating, canoeing, walking and game drives
intimacy of being close to nature and amongst the iconic albida trees
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Some things to do at Little Ruckomechi

  • First time to Africa
  • Travelled to Africa
  • Seasoned Traveller
  • Take an afternoon boat trip on the Zambezi River to watch birds, hippo, elephant and more.

  • Walk beneath the shady trees with a knowledgeable Zimbabwean guide.

  • Enjoy a game drive in an area renowned for its large numbers of elephant, buffalo, hippo and eland.

 

Activities and Facilities:

Game Drive (Day) Game Drive (Night) Guided Walks Boating Canoeing/Kayaking Birding Catch-and-Release Fishing Pool Tented Camp Solar Power No Wi-Fi

As recommended on TripAdvisor

“ Great sightings on all game drives and couldn't beat the view out of my tent for elephants, hippos, and antelope at the Zambezi. ”
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Reviewed by: Dhurst, 18 May 2017