Nestled in a remote corner of the Mana Pools National Park lies the exquisite Ingwe Pan Camp. This hidden gem is situated just a few kilometres inland from the Zambezi River and within walking distance of the Chiruwe river bed. The camp overlooks one of the largest pans in the park and is surrounded by a grove of majestic ebony trees. The main lounge and dining area is nestled beneath a canopy of an ancient fig and ebony tree, making it the perfect spot to relax and unwind.
Ingwe Pan Camp offers an unforgettable safari experience, with a range of activities to choose from. Game drives are conducted in the mornings and afternoons, allowing guests to explore the diverse wildlife that call the area home. Sightings of larger predators, elephant herds, and buffalo are common, as well as other plains animals that roam the region.
For those who want to get closer to nature, walking safaris are also available with knowledgeable and experienced armed guides. These leisurely walks provide an opportunity to appreciate the smaller things in the bush that often go unnoticed while driving. However, the walking safari is dependent on the weather and the terrain.
Guests can also take a leisurely stroll to an ancient baobab tree, just a few minutes away from the camp, and enjoy a picnic or sundowner in the evening. The camp offers comfortable accommodation with private en-suite facilities, ensuring a memorable stay. The camp’s serene location provides an idyllic setting for guests to connect with nature, relax and rejuvenate.