[MACHABA SAFARIS] Welcoming Ingwe Pan & Kiri Camp
11 March 2020

Styling it up in Botswana and Zimbabwe

MACHABA SAFARIS has done it again — their two latest additions, Ingwe Pan in Mana Pools (Zimbabwe) and Kiri Camp in Okavango Delta (Botswana) embody the Machaba ethos of 'eco-luxury safaris that capture the spirit of an authentic African experience'.
INGWE PAN LAUNCHING 1 May | Seasonal 1 May - 15 November
From US$ 590 pps
KIRI CAMP (pictured above) LAUNCHING 1 July | Open all year
From US$ 720 pps

We are absolutely delighted to welcome these two new members of the Machaba Safaris family to Classic Portfolio. For all enquiries and reservations, please contact Wendy Rankin at enquiries@machabasafaris.com.

A bedroom interior at Ingwe Pan


Ingwe Pan is a 30-minute drive from the famed Mana flood plain and Zambezi River and is known for its excellent walking safaris. Built around a large, secluded pan in a private concession of Mana Pools, the tents are placed to one side on the fringes of the pan, allowing for privacy plus fantastic views of the wildlife at the water's edge.
From US$ 590 pps
8 x eco-luxury tents | land & water activities | children from 6 years welcome
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The brand new Kiri Camp in Botswana


Machaba's brand new creation in the Okavango Delta is Kiri Camp. Stylish and sophisticated, the camp is located on the western side of a 100,000-acre concession (also home to Gomoti Plains) in the heart of the Delta.
From US$ 720 pps
8 x luxury tents | 2 x family tents | water & land activities | children all ages welcome
With only 5 CGI rendering images, Kiri is already looking fabulous. We can't wait to show you more after the full photoshoot.
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The experience at Machaba Safaris is exceptional. With 10 camps across 8 locations in 2 countries and rates from US$ 430 to US$ 1,350 per person sharing, they combine for the perfect Zim/Bots safari circuit.
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Suzanne Bayly-Coupe
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WHAT WE LOVE: Having done safaris all over Africa our whole team agrees that Zambia is still one of the most sensational and authentic safari experiences. As the home of walking safaris this is one of the best places to get out of the vehicle and do a safari on foot. Hailed as Africa’s ‘diamond in the rough’ or even ‘the warm heart of Africa’, Zambia is a country blessed with awe-inspiring natural wonders, a huge variety of wildlife and an abundance of birdlife, huge water bodies (including 17 magnificent waterfalls) and great tracts of pristine bushveld. It has also been acknowledged as one of the safest countries in the world, whose inhabitants are known for being warm and welcoming. It is a landlocked country, sharing its borders with Tanzania and the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the north, Angola to the east, Namibia and Zimbabwe to the south, and Mozambique and Malawi to the east. It even shares a 2km border with Botswana!


Verney's Camp

Machaba Safaris’ Verney’s Camp is in the heart of Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe. Situated on the central side of the southeastern part of Hwange National Park, Verney’s Camp is in a private concession of 10 000 hectares (24,710 acres) which is in a remote part of the park not accessed by other visitors. The camp is located at Verney’s Pan, which is situated on a large open floodplain surrounded by teak forest typical of Hwange National Park. The waterhole at Verney’s plays host to numerous animals and is a playground for the famous elephant herds of Hwange.