“If you want a trip of a lifetime with experience’s that words just aren’t enough to describe then visit Mana Pools and stay with Bushlife Safaris at Vundu Camp. The intensity of the experiences was phenomenal and the team are very knowledgeable and experienced. You become part of the family. Wild dogs and elephants were the main ‘attraction’ and boy did the Bushlife team overdeliver. You see wildlife from trucks, on foot and in kayaks. The wildlife is fantastic and Mana Pools is a very beautiful place, even at the height of the dry season. The lodge is located next to the beautiful Zambezi river. I can’t recommend this place enough“
Little Vundu is a tented camp located 3km upstream from Vundu Camp, on the banks of the Zambezi River, making it a perfect location within the boundaries of Mana Pools National Park. Little Vundu strives to provide you with an authentic and traditional tented camp safari experience.
Features & Facilities
If you are looking for a bit of adventure or to book out a camp exclusively, then Little Vundu is just the right place for you! With its personal wildlife experience and genuine feeling of being in the African bush, it is hard to beat a safari at Little Vundu.
This personal and intimate semi-permanent camp has recently undergone a full refurbishment which includes new and spacious canvas tents, sized at 6m x 5m, each with an open-air, en-suite bathroom.
Each tent provides the following:
- Twin beds
- Outside seating area
- Flush toilets
- Guest amenities
- Mosquito nets
Wholesome, healthy breakfasts and alfresco lunches are served in an open-air dining room. Dinners are exceptional as they are served under a canvas of stars, where after enjoying delicious food prepared by a private chef, guests can relax with a nightcap and listen to the sounds of the wild.
Things to Do
Book out the camp exclusively and enjoy personal guiding, wildlife on your doorstep and an adventure of a lifetime!
Little Vundu offers exactly the same activities as found at Vundu Camp. The camp is a hive of activity during the day with animals passing through it regularly and the elephants are a treat to watch as they make their way down to drink and feed on the green grassy banks in front of the camp.