Malawi - Robin Pope Safaris

Robin Pope Safaris

  • John´s Camp on the banks of the Zambesi in Mana Pools Nationalpark
  • Mana Pools since 1984 UNESCO Worldheritage site
  • ustic tented camp with 6 Merustyle tents for a maximum of 12 guests
  • Ensuite bathroom with flush toilet and bucket showers
  • Opened from May to mid November
  • Walking Safaris and game drives
  • Option for all guests as a group to do fly camping
  • Sleepout platform close to camp
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Robin Pope Safaris - John's Camp in Zimbabwe


Robin Pope Safaris - John’s Camp in Simbabwe

Following the tradition of Robin Pope Safaris, the expansion into Zimbabwe could be nothing else, but an ideal location with abundant wildlife and beautiful scenery. And here we go:
John´s camp is situated in a more secluded norther eastern region within Mana Pools National Park on the banks of the mighty Zambezi River.
Mana Pools is a true natural Wilderness area shaped by gigantic Mahagony and Trichelia trees and due to its natural beauty, the area was declared an UNESCO Natural world heritage in 1984.
The location offers classic Robin Pope Safari activities such as walking, game drives and the most recent addition to the camp, is the rustic sleep out platform close by.
The camp comprises of 6 twin or double en-suite Meru style tents with ensuite bath rooms and bucket showers.
John’s Camp is member of
Classic Safari Africa
www.robinpopesafaris.net

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