We had an amazing two days at Kanga camp. It has a pan, a small water pool which many animals visit regularly to drink. Baboons and elephants are fairly permanent residents as are the storks, the fishing eagle and the one crocodile! The staff were friendly and the service and food were both good. The best part was that during dinner it is possible to put the red spotlight on the pool and view the nocturnal visitors. We saw a leopard, hyena and a civit all whilst we enjoyed our dinner.
Thulani was an excellent guide and during game drives we found most of the animals we had hoped to see.
Only criticism - the rooms were quite dark. I suggest taking a good torch!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The private concession is set away from the crowds in a remote part of the legendary Mana pools where a private safari experience is the focus, and tracking wildlife on foot is a specialty. A 12 bedded seasonal camp built around a water hole, which acts as the main attraction for wildlife in the area as it is the only source of permanent water in the location. Walking and game-drive activities in the area can be complimented with trips to the Zambezi flood plain experience. Water based activities such as fishing and canoeing can be arranged in advance and on special request. Camp opens:from May to October included. Rates are all inclusive. ... more less