Mana Pools National Park - 219,600 ha wildlife conservation area

The Mana Pools National Park is a 219,600 ha wildlife conservation area, national park. The park was inscribed in conjunction with the Sapi Safari Area. The Mana Pools were designated a Ramsar wetland of international importance, are former channels of the Zambezi River. The Ramsar Information Sheets accompanying sites maps. Mag gejaagd worden mits men rekening houdt met het toegestane jachtquotum. The area is considered an important refuge for a number. The property is composed of contiguous, protected three areas, is managed by the Lower Zambezi Valley Parks. Legislation provides for legal protection of the resources. Areas has functional Park Integrated Management Plans of three.

219,600 ha wildlife conservation area, National park, Former channels of the Zambezi River