Vundu is a small camp situated on the banks of the Zambezi River in the heart of Zimbabwe’s Mana Pools National Park. The camp is shaded by a grove of ebony and tamarind trees.
Vundu Camp has eight large tented chalets, which are clean, spacious and comfortable. Outside the front of each is a private seating area with canvas chairs; inside, large wooden beams support a high thatched roof with canvas walls and shade-mesh windows. Each chalet has an indoor and an open-air en-suite bathroom with a flush toilet, hot and cold shower, and decorative pottery washbasins.
At the centre of Vundu Camp is a raised communal area communal area with excellent views towards the Zambezi, with the bar, dining and lounge areas furnished with comfortable cushioned chairs, a tea and coffee station, and a small library. To the front of this wooden building is a sandy area overlooking the river, with an old ebony tree. A fire is lit here every night, providing a focus for drinks before and after dinner.
Behind the camp is a small 'pan' (a shallow grassy depression with a waterhole in the centre), which attracts game during the day. This is a great spot to sit beneath the thatch-covered platform and view game and birds coming to the pan for a drink.
Activities on offer are morning and afternoon game drives, fishing, sunset cruises and walking safaris.
Book your stay at Vundu Camp through us at ZAMAG TOURS AND SAFARIS