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Stay at Goliath Camp, Mana Pools National Park

Goliath Camp is a semi permanent tented camp with six simple en suite tents. Communal areas include a covered lounge and bar, an open air dining area and riverside campfire seating.

Goliath Camp, Mana Pools National Park, Zimbabwe

Goliath Camp is a semi permanent tented camp with six simple en suite tents. Communal areas include a covered lounge and bar, an open air dining area and riverside campfire seating. This camp is not about deluxe comfort, but brilliant guiding.

All of the walks, game drives and daily canoeing trips are personally guided by Stretch Ferreira, one of Africa's most renowned guides. He has operated in Mana Pools for over twenty years and his knowledge of and interaction with the animals of the park is legendary.

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