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Luxury safari camp opens at Unesco site in Zimbabwe

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Recently updated on March 12th, 2024 at 04:07 pm

Molori Safari, renowned for its immersive safari experiences in Madikwe Game Reserve, South Africa, has unveiled its latest gem, Molori Mashuma, nestled within the breathtaking Mana Pools National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Zimbabwe.

Molori Mashuma embodies a unique blend of luxury and authenticity, featuring six air-conditioned tented suites seamlessly integrated into the surrounding wilderness. The design, crafted by Johannesburg’s Hesse Kleinloog Studios, showcases the artistry of local crafters, echoing the essence of Molori’s flagship lodge.

“Mana Pools is an extraordinary destination, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that captivates with its unparalleled biodiversity and wildlife encounters,” remarks co-owner Eric Ichikowitz. “It’s a privilege to introduce guests to this enchanting wilderness.”

Molori Mashuma offers a diverse range of game-viewing opportunities, from tranquil riverfronts to dramatic reservoir backdrops. The camp is particularly active from April to October when receding waters draw a multitude of wildlife to the region’s natural pools. Guests can embark on rewarding walking safaris, savor exquisite dining experiences amidst ancient baobabs, or venture along the Zambezi River’s wildlife-rich banks.

To reserve your unforgettable safari adventure, visit Rora Private Collection. Molori Mashuma is currently accepting bookings for stays through October 31st and will commence its full season on April 1st.

Rates from $1,724 per night.

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