Machaba Safaris - Ingwe Pan Camp

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Ingwe Pan Camp is named after Ingwe pan which is one of the biggest pans in the area and renowned for its leopard sightings and the shy antelope such as nyala, who populate the nearby Jesse bush and riverine thickets of the Chiruwe River. The Pan is surrounded by Jackalberry and Nyala berry trees, with the focal point being a massive Fig tree. Nearby Baobab groves add to this diversity. Blended into this environment and surrounding the southern side of the pan are 8 large Meru style tents.

The wildlife viewing in the area, both from a vehicle or on foot is superb.  Being in a private concession, guests can also look forward to the privacy of the pan, wonderful on-site game viewing and magnificent night skies uninterrupted by any other camps.

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Machaba Safaris - Ingwe Pan Camp
Location

Ingwe Camp is situated on the edge of one of the largest Pans in the area. The Pan is surrounded by Jackalberry and Nyala berry trees, with the focal point being a massive Fig tree. Mana Main Airstrip is 8 kms from the camp.

Mana Pools can be accessed via charter flight from Harare, Victoria Falls or any of the other National Parks in Zimbabwe. Access is also via road and/or boat transfer from Harare or Lusaka.

Information

Ingwe Pan camp has 8 luxury tents that are built on elevated wooden decks. Tent features include:

Tea/coffee facilities
Private deck
Indoor and outdoor bathroom with showers
Fans
Plug points for charging batteries and USB ports
Safe

Communal dining but a private table can be laid on request
Hides
Library
Camp fire pit

Guided game drives
Walking safaris
Afternoon canoeing
Limited fishing

Children aged 8 years and older are welcome at Ingwe Pan Camp
Family Rooms- Tents 7 and 8 can be used as family rooms.

 

1st May- 15th November 

Ingwe Pan Camp supports National Parks in road-building and any projects involving ranger support
Ingwe Pan Camp Conservation Projects include - Support Flying for Wildlife (relocation of confiscated animals, anti-poaching patrols) and the Zambezi Elephant Fund - anti-poaching

A conservation levy is added to each booking which goes towards these projects but guests may enquire through the camp for any further contributions

 

Power Source – the camp is run 100% on solar with gas and generator back-up
There is Wi-Fi in one area of camp – none in main area so as to ensure guest comfort and bush solitude
 

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