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Zimbabwe

Mpala Jena Camp

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Overlooking the mighty Zambezi River, Mpala Jena Camp is an exclusive, luxury safari camp located just upstream from Victoria Falls within the game-rich Zambezi National Park.

For a more intimate and attentive experience, accommodations consist of only four-tented suites for a maximum of eight guests. Each canvas tent features high, canopied ceilings and open, netted views of the river. These sophisticated tents are decorated in an exotic Moroccan style and include a small, comfy lounge with a desk. The en suite bathrooms come with deep, inviting bathtubs, a shower, double vanity, and a flush toilet. Even more impressive is the tent’s private wooden deck complete with a refreshing plunge pool and unobstructed views of the picturesque Zambezi River.

The camp is located in Zambezi National Park which was separated from the greater Victoria Falls National Park in 1979. The camp’s name means white impala for both the natural spring which runs through the center of the concession and the rare albino impala once spotted in the area. A wide variety of larger mammals such as elephant, lion, buffalo and leopard can be found in the park as well as herds of sable antelope, eland, zebra, giraffe, kudu, and waterbuck. The park is dotted with many indigenous trees including sausage trees, rain trees, and water berry tree.

Early morning and late afternoon game drives take guests on an unforgettable wildlife adventure led by expert guides and trackers in an open 4×4 vehicle. Guided bush walks examine the park in more intimate detail for a closer look at the local flora and fauna as well as lessons on tracking game. Dependent on the water levels, a boat ride down the Zambezi River is the optimal way to explore the region and spot the aquatic wildlife such as Nile crocodiles and hippos. Of course, the ultimate activity is the trip to the famous Victoria Falls, one of the seven wonders of the world. For an additional fee, a helicopter tour provides an aerial view of the falls and park.

The camp lies under the shade of indigenous African trees and includes a lounge, dining area, and wooden viewing deck. Delicious meals can be enjoyed inside or out on the deck for dinner with an unparalleled view of the Zambezi. The environmentally friendly camp uses only recycled hardwoods and canvas in its construction and gets its electricity from its solar farm.

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Zimbabwe

Mpala Jena Camp

PLAN MY TRIP

Overlooking the mighty Zambezi River, Mpala Jena Camp is an exclusive, luxury safari camp located just upstream from Victoria Falls within the game-rich Zambezi National Park.

For a more intimate and attentive experience, accommodations consist of only four-tented suites for a maximum of eight guests. Each canvas tent features high, canopied ceilings and open, netted views of the river. These sophisticated tents are decorated in an exotic Moroccan style and include a small, comfy lounge with a desk. The en suite bathrooms come with deep, inviting bathtubs, a shower, double vanity, and a flush toilet. Even more impressive is the tent’s private wooden deck complete with a refreshing plunge pool and unobstructed views of the picturesque Zambezi River.

The camp is located in Zambezi National Park which was separated from the greater Victoria Falls National Park in 1979. The camp’s name means white impala for both the natural spring which runs through the center of the concession and the rare albino impala once spotted in the area. A wide variety of larger mammals such as elephant, lion, buffalo and leopard can be found in the park as well as herds of sable antelope, eland, zebra, giraffe, kudu, and waterbuck. The park is dotted with many indigenous trees including sausage trees, rain trees, and water berry tree.

Early morning and late afternoon game drives take guests on an unforgettable wildlife adventure led by expert guides and trackers in an open 4×4 vehicle. Guided bush walks examine the park in more intimate detail for a closer look at the local flora and fauna as well as lessons on tracking game. Dependent on the water levels, a boat ride down the Zambezi River is the optimal way to explore the region and spot the aquatic wildlife such as Nile crocodiles and hippos. Of course, the ultimate activity is the trip to the famous Victoria Falls, one of the seven wonders of the world. For an additional fee, a helicopter tour provides an aerial view of the falls and park.

The camp lies under the shade of indigenous African trees and includes a lounge, dining area, and wooden viewing deck. Delicious meals can be enjoyed inside or out on the deck for dinner with an unparalleled view of the Zambezi. The environmentally friendly camp uses only recycled hardwoods and canvas in its construction and gets its electricity from its solar farm.