Upstream from the main Vundu Camp on the banks of the Zambezi River, Little Vundu Camp provides a classic tent camp safari experience of yesteryear.
Accommodations at the camp consists of five spacious meru-style canvas tents set amid groves of sausage and ebony trees. Guests sleep in blissful comfort listening to nature’s lullaby on cozy twin beds with quilted duvets decorated with safari animals. Each tent is furnished with an open-air en suite bathroom with flush toilets and al fresco bucket showers. Other amenities include fans and outside sitting on outside shaded verandas while taking in the wild beauty and animals of the river bank. The tents are linked by wooden footbridges to the main camp preserving the integrity of the environment.
The camp is situated in Mana Pool National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its lions, leopards, and hyenas. It is also part of the Zambezi Valley, a western extension of the Great Rift Valley. Wild dogs frequently pass through the camp. A channel of the Zambezi runs through the camp and provides a favorite drinking spot for the elephants. The camp stands only 75km from the river giving off stunning views across islands, grass plains, and onto the escarpment on the Zambian side of the river.