Situated in the Chobe region of Botswana and bordering the renowned Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe, the pristine Kazuma Forest Reserve offers visitors a quiet and more remote bush experience. This impressive landscape stretches over thousands of hectares and features expansive grassland, natural pans and Mopane tree forests. It is home to abundant wildlife and provides an ideal habitat for wildebeest, buffalo, antelope, sable, giraffe, zebra, lion and leopard. Numerous herds of elephants also frequent this reserve due to its location adjacent to Hwange and the area is considered an important elephant corridor. The nearby Kazuma Pans attract many birds making it a bird watching paradise boasting over 380 different species. Visitors can enjoy a variety of activities including: guided walks, fishing trips and sunrise or sunset game drives.