Hwange & South Luangwa Combo Safari

“Step back in time and see Africa the way it was a hundred years ago”

Harare International

Lusaka International

12 Nights & 13 Days


  • What an stunning experience to go to the Chobe with Gerry.  His knowledge on photography and animal behaviour is jaw dropping.  My photography has improved dramatically!Ockie Minnie
  • It was an awesome trip! The destination, the accomodation, the photo possibilities and the guide – everything was perfect. I enjoyed every minute. Thank you!Sabine Bergmann

Safari Details

Mana Pools offer both the experienced safari traveller and the newcomers alike the wilderness experience of a lifetime. Get closer to the action than ever before and see nature the way it was intended to be.

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in reprehenderit in voluptate velit esse cillum dolore eu fugiat nulla pariatur. Excepteur sint occaecat cupidatat non proident, sunt in culpa qui officia deserunt mollit anim id est laborum.

Day 1

We will depart Harare at 09:30 via a privately chartered flight, landing in Mana Pools at roughly 10:30. After arriving in camp we will have lunch and get ready for the afternoons safari experience.

Day 2 to 5

We rise early for the morning safari. We will likely return between 10:00 and 11:00. It will vary according to what we find on each particular safari. There will be time between safaris for breakfast & lunch. You are also welcome to ask for assistance from your Wild Eye Guide as he/she will do their best to accommodate all of your needs where possible. Afternoon outing will start at roughly 15:00, and be back before total darkness (as per park regulations).

Day 6

On our last day we will have ample time for a last morning safari, breakfast and lunch. We will only depart for Harare at roughly 15:00, giving you a near full day in Mana on your last day.

Set against the banks of the infamous Zambezi River and under the shady canopies of some large Winter Thorns’s, you will find the charming little mobile camp belonging to Dave & Tess from Mwinilunga Safaris. This is the perfect way of spending your time whilst on this incredible Mana Pool Photographic Safari.

Dave has had a passion for Africa and most specifically Mana Pools since childhood. This rings true in the way that he runs his camp and looks after his guests. Tess has a passion for hosting and has a keen eye for the smaller details. Together with their son Andrew this family runs one of the most charming little camps in Souther Africa.

Combine this warm hospitality with great service and scrumptious food and you have the ultimate way of experiencing Mana Pools.

Photographic_Safaris_In_Mana Pools Photographic_Safaris_In_Mana Pools Photographic_Safaris_In_Mana Pools

    USD 4 295.00 pps


    21 to 26 July 2015 (1/6)
    26 to 31 July 2015 (6/6)
    7 to 12 October 2015 (1/6)
    12 to 17 October 2015 (Full)


     5 nights accommodation
      All meals, drinks and activities
    PVT Charter Flights ex Harare


      International flights
      Items of a personal nature
     Gratuities for lodge staff

Book Now
Terms & Conditions

A reservation is confirmed once a booking form, together with a 50% deposit, has been received and confirmed in writing by Wild Eye.Provisional bookings can be held for 14 days, pending receipt of a completed booking form.Balance is payable 60 days before date of departure or as advised.

Read the full Terms & Conditions here.

Share this Wild Eye safari with your friends!

Ready to Go?

Complete a booking form and lets change the way you see the world!

Book Now


Drop us a mail and we will assist with whatever questions you have.

Ask a Question

Talk to Me!

Send us your details and we will gladly give you a call to talk about this safari.

Please Call Me

Hwange & South Luangwa Combo Safari

“Step back in time and see Africa the way it was a hundred years ago”

Book Now