The camp caters for a maximum of twenty guests, accommodating them in ten luxurious tents, each with its own en-suite bathroom and outdoor shower, with hot water and lighting provided by solar power. Due to its size the camp is able to ensure personalised attention for its guests at all times. Meals are taken in the dining room and there is an open lounge bar; both are under cool thatch and connected to the rest of the camp by low-level walkways. There is also an inviting infinity pool and a cushion-strewn deck for relaxing under the stars, the sounds of Africa all around you.
Guests staying at the camp also have the opportunity to spend an exciting night on the ‘sleep out platform’ overlooking the Parachute Pan, a haven for wildlife throughout the day and night. The platform has a comfortable bed, sitting area and a flush toilet ensuring that the adventure is combined with a little bit of comfort.
Mana Pools is a diverse national park and Ruckomechi Camp has a particularly special location with floodplains, ancient forests and a combination of river and mountain surrounding it which is able to offer a variety of habitats attracting diverse wildlife. You have enormous flexibility of how to explore the region and its wildlife whilst staying here. As well as the exciting game drives you can set off on foot with your guide on a walking safari, treading in the footprints of elephant. If you want to get on the water of the mighty Zambezi River, go canoeing, take a river cruise or even try your hand at tiger-fishing.