Nestled near a secluded pan in the game-rich Mana Pools National Park, Ingwe Pan Camp provides an elegant and authentic safari experience.
Accommodations at the camp consist of eight spacious and stylish tents under the shade of the large trees growing on the edge of the pan. The rooms can be configured with two twin or double beds. The en suite bathrooms feature a double vanity, flush toilet, and both an indoor and outdoor shower. The tents are built on raised decks with natural walkways between the tents and the main area of camp. The front shaded veranda of each tent looks out onto the pan and makes for the ideal place to relax between adventures.
The camp is situated in a quiet park of Mana Pools National Park just a few miles from the Zambezi River and within walking distance of the Chiruwe river bed. Ingwe Pan means leopard pan due to its frequent visits from these magnificent spotted cats. Many animals congregate under the shade of the large ebony trees for a chance to drink from the pan including elephants, hyenas, buffalo, zebra, kudu, impala, and lions. In fact, Mana Pools is a UNESCO World Heritage Site known ample wildlife. It is also part of the Zambezi Valley, a western extension of the Great Rift Valley. The wide range of vegetation from mopane forests to jesse bush attract a diverse array of birds including Arnotts Chat and Broad-billed Rollers.