The intrepid self-drive adventurers out there will be thrilled to learn from Musango Safari Camp that the main artery road linking Victoria Falls with Kariba and Mana Pools National Park is currently being repaired after the floods of 2017-18 caused considerable damage.
Zimbabwe is undoubtedly self-drive country and incorporates well into journeys within the broader Southern Africa region. There is nothing quite like taking to the open road to explore nature’s wild and diverse beauty under your own steam. Fortunately for those travelling Zimbabwe, tarring from Karoi toward Binga has progressed well already and the access road down to Musango Safari Camp has recently been graded.
This is great news for self-drive guests coming from Victoria Falls and Hwange National Park headed for Mana Pools. Now the journey can be comfortably broken with a stop at the wonderful Musango Safari Camp, which is simply if you are wildlife enthusiast, 4 x 4 adventurer or self-drive guest.
Equally exciting is the news of the imminent start to the old Flame Lily ‘Milk Run’ flights linking Harare and Victoria Falls via Kariba, Mana Pools and Hwange. This is a long-awaited prize for all the camps, lodges and hotels in these areas. A daily schedule will be on offer to connect all of Zimbabwe’s main destinations.
Boat transfers remain available for those wishing to get onto the open water from Kariba to Musango Safari Camp. This connection is well placed for guests arriving from Lusaka and Mana Pools by road
So, what awaits you at Musango?
The wilderness of Lake Kariba and Matusadona National Park is famous for swimming elephants, large buffalo and impala herds, two of Africa’s big cats (lion and leopard) leopard and innumerable kudu, zebra, hippo, crocodiles and the feisty tiger fish. This, together with prolific birdlife, breath-taking scenery and world-class professional guiding, is what a stay at Musango is all about.