Nestled alongside a large secluded pan in the pristine Mana Pools National Park, lies Ingwe Pan Camp. This forms part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This area is well known for offering excellent walking safaris and the camp is a mere 30 minute drive from the famous Mana Pools flood plain.More Info Video WETU
Alistair Rankin has many years of experience in the safari business as a guide, camp manager and managing director with renowned companies in South Africa. Based on this wealth of experience, he has been instrumental in setting up Machaba Safaris in Botswana since 2012 and is now successfully expanding into Zimbabwe. His wife Wendy Rankin is responsible for the reliable implementation and marketing of her husband's visions.
Ingwe Pan is derived from the local word for leopard. Chances of seeing one is also very good as the area surrounding the camp is a game magnet for both small and large animals.
Ingwe camp has been built in keeping with the classic Machaba style of an authentic safari experience which includes fine dining, excellent guiding and personal hosting.
Added attraction is the pan that offers a private concession.
There are 8 spacious, Meru style tents tucked in amongst the trees on the edge of the pan, all with an uninterrupted views of the water.
All tents are ensuite with a double vanity and both an indoor and out-door shower.
Rooms can be made up as a double or twin. Decked walkways connect all rooms and the main lounge area.
Interesting finds in this unique wildlife area include leopards, male lions, brown hyaena and wild dog. Certain times of the year you can also be lucky to see large herds of buffalo. Elephants are daily visitors together with general plains game.