Sapi, Chewore, Dande and Doma Safari Areas

The Sapi, Chewore, Dande and Doma Safari Areas are wildlife hunting grounds and part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site at Mana Pools National Park in the Mashonaland West Province. The areas are only allowed professionally licenced hunters for controlled hunting. [1]

Visitors Guide

  • When to visit: Closed in the rainy season December to April
  • Fee: Hunting licence, entrance and accommodation fees charged
  • Directions

Take the A1 Harare to Chirundu national road, 115 KM reach Chinhoyi, 207 KM reach Karoi (the last town where supplies and fuel can be bought) 292 KM reach Makuti. At the bottom of the Zambezi Escarpment, 310 KM turn right at the Mana Pools signpost onto a gravel road, 341 KM reach Rukomechi River, 341.4 KM reach Nyakasikana Gate, turn left for Mana Pools, 377.5 KM ignore right turnoff for the airstrip, 380.5 reach Long Pool on the left, 383.2 KM turn right for National Park HQ, 383.7 KM turn right for National Park HQ, 384.4 KM reach Nyamepi Camp.


Some of the tour operators found here include :

  • Chipitani safari Co
  • Bvekenya Safaris
  • African Hunters

Some of the activities visitors can partake in include:

  • bird viewing
  • guided hunting
  • fishing from motorboats



  1. Mana Pools National Park, Sapi and Chewore Safari Areas, UNESCO , Published: , Retrieved:24 April 2018