Molori Mashuma

Mana Pools, Zimbabwe

Molori Mashuma is a world-class, luxury tented camp located on a private concession in the pristine and untouched wilderness of Mana Pools National Park in Zimbabwe – a UNESCO World Heritage Site in northern Zimbabwe.

Magical Mana Pools


Situated on the banks of Mashuma Pan, this luxury camp has six beautifully appointed tented suites, each with a private deck, en-suite bathroom and outdoor shower. Two villa-style tented suites comfortably accommodate up to four adults and include a private pool.

An Unspoilt Wilderness

Mashuma Pan

A few kilometres inland from the Zambezi River, Molori Mashuma is located in a tranquil spot on the edge of Mashuma Pan. Our luxury tented camp is perfectly positioned for game viewing and bird watching in absolute comfort. Guests can hope to see hippo, elephant, buffalo and a myriad of bird species in a peaceful setting in the game rich concession.

Prime Positioning

Incredible Views

.The main lodge area features a 507m² outdoor deck which houses four seating areas, dining areas and a bar. This area also features a plunge pool overlooking the pan. The open-plan living areas focus on framing the views across the generous outdoor deck and plunge pool overlooking the pan.

Bold Interiors & Playful Pieces

Artistic Vision

Hesse Kleinloog Studios’ holistic vision and creative interior concepts, together with an added layer of luxury that is synonymous with Rora Private Collection properties, has taken Mashuma’s design and architectural layout to a whole new level. The result was playful, feelgood interior concepts, with an aesthetic that is bold and eclectic

Within Mana Pools National Park there are more pans to explore. This is best seen towards the end of the dry season from September through to the first rains of November or December.

The park has the country’s biggest concentration of hippo and crocodiles as well as large dry season mammal populations of elephant and buffalo. Spotted hyena, honey badger and many species of antelope are found here. Cheetah and African wild dogs are still present (though rare) and lions are fairly commonly sighted on game drives and walking safaris..

Molori Mashuma is Now Open

Explore the magic of Mana Pools at Molori Mashuma in this UNESCO World Heritage Site.