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Named after renowned safari guide John Stevens, John’s Camp is an authentic charming camp.

John’s Camp is a semi-permanent tented camp situated within Mana Pools on Zimbabwe’s northern border with Zambia.

 It offers the most gorgeous view across a floodplain to the Zambezi River and the Zambian escarpment in the distance. Whilst the experience is intimate and highly personalised guests will enjoy exceptional service, top notch guiding and great game viewing.

John’s Camp is a charming 10 bed camp offering an intimate experience with exceptional service, game viewing and guides.  It comprises of 6 twin or double en-suite Meru style tents which can be converted into a triple to accommodate a child. Each generously spaced tent is set under a double fly sheet and has large gauze windows. En-suite facilities include a flush loo, bucket shower, wash basin and bathroom amenities. Outside on the small covered veranda area a couple of directors’ chairs and a canvas wash hand basin.

Guest area comprises of a relaxing Mess area under canvas and a separate dining tent should the weather be inclement. Dining is al fresco under a shady tree or starlight sky, then sleep out on a platform underneath the stars for that once in a lifetime experience.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Style

6 Twin/Double ensuite tents with flushing loo and bucket showers.

Rooms

6

Open Season

April to November

Safari Experience

Mana Pools National Park is one of the most beautiful game reserves in Africa. It offers some of the most outstanding walking in Zimbabwe.

Activities: Walking, day game drives, fishing, night spent in a gauze pop-tent star gazing, National Parks Headquarter tour, bush breakfasts and lunches.

Added Extras

As at 2017 – 220 volt inverted from
Star bed: Adventurous guests can spend the night under the stars on the star-deck situated 60m from camp.
12 volt solar available in the kitchen at all times for charging etc.
Solar lighting in tents. Paraffin and candlelight in the dining area.
Bottled drinking water is provided free of charge. River water is used for showers, laundry and in the paddling pool.