Zambezi Life Styles is a small semi-permanent camp on the banks of the Zambezi in Mana Pools National Park open from 1st April to 15th November. Ideally suited to the more adventurous guest, Zambezi Life Styles offers a “mobile” camping experience in a stationary setting as the camp is only set up for the duration of the Mana Pools safari season after which it is dismantled until the following year. It runs with a minimum of two people staying for a minimum of two nights. A stay here combines particularly well with a stay inland at Kanga Camp to make the most of both the river and the inland topography of Mana Pools.
The camp consists of five twin tents with en-suite facilities that include a flush loo and outdoor hot bucket showers. Reminiscent of safari camps of a bygone era the tents are decorated in classic safari style enhanced with campaign furniture. Communal camp facilities include a mess tent with a seating and dining area where brunch, tea and dinner are served, as well as charging facilities for cameras.
Activities are focussed on canoeing safaris. These are often combined with walking safaris and game drives. Fishing is also possible from the river bank or islands in the middle of the river.