Mana Pools National Park
Manapools National Park is a WORLD HERITAGE SITE and is an area of outstanding natural beauty and phenomenal wildlife. Here the Zambezi River flowing slowly eastwards, has left behind the remains of old river channels forming small seasonal ponds and pools spread over an area of several hundred square kilometers. These extend several kilometers back from the river where, on fertile terraces huge mahogany and acacia trees cast luxuriant shade. It is home to a wide range of mammals, over 350 bird species and aquatic wildlife.
The Park is at the Centre of a network of protected areas in Zimbabwe which stretch from Kariba to the Mozambique border.