Mana Pools National Park is one of the most beautiful national parks in Zimbabwe, occupying 2,196 sq km (848 sq miles) of forest along the shores of the Zambezi River and doubled up as a World Heritage site.
The animal population of Mana Pools National Park includes hippo, elephant, rhino, buffalo and many types of antelope.
Game viewing on foot is allowed and therefore walking and canoe safaris are highlighted activities. The birdlife along the river and in the bush is particularly prolific. It is possible to fish for tiger fish, bream and the giant vundu.