Ruckomechi Camp, Mana Pools, Zimbabwe

Ruckomechi Camp is a Classic Camp

4Cs Projects at Ruckomechi Camp

Our conservation initiatives in Zimbabwe have been tailored to address the most pressing threats to the survival of wildlife with fruitful partnerships and encouraging successes very evident. Our concession in Mana Pools National Park is no exception.


Cheetah Conservation Project Zimbabwe

Ruckomechi assists in collecting data for this project, which is carrying out population surveys to find out where cheetah occur, their population sizes and the challenges they face in Zimbabwe.

Painted Dog Conservation Project

Data collection in Mana Pools aids this project, which looks at the population status of wild dog in Zimbabwe as well as the human-wild dog conflict. It aims to protect and increase the range and number of wild dog through research, education and community involvement.

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Latest News From Ruckomechi Camp

  • Ruckomechi Camp - October 2013
    Oct 30, 2013

    October has come and gone and has brought some spectacular and special sightings of mammals.

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  • Ruckomechi Camp - September 2013
    Oct 22, 2013

    The dryness of September came with some good game sightings. We didn’t need to go far when looking for plains game; in fact just outside camp at Parachute Pan, large congregations of zebra, warthog and impala were a common...

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  • Ruckomechi Camp - August 2013
    Sep 16, 2013

    WildlifeElephant and lion continue to steal the limelight. The elephants circle through camp on their continuous quest for ana tree pods, as well as regularly parading in front of the camp and occasionally swimming to the nearby island....

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A Quote From Our Guests

“ Situated on the banks of the Zambezi River overlooking animals day and night. In this camp, we did 4 game drives seeing lions daily, 4 leopards and 2 cheetahs, and a nature hike through herds of elephants, zebra and different antelope. ”
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Reviewed by: Jerry C, 2013.09.23