Trip Summary

This Conservation Safari aims to raise awareness of the wildlife conservation efforts that are taking place behind the scenes in the Zambezi National Park. The safari starts off with a presentation by a member of the Victoria Falls Anti-Poaching Unit. Guests are given the full background and history of the unit and are able to learn about many fascinating aspects involved in the unit’s operations, the challenges faced and the huge successes VFAPU has achieved to date. The participants on this safari are given information on the various types of poaching that take place in the region and are shown how snares that are laid to poach mammals are laid. Guests are then taken for a field trip into the Zambezi National Park where they are tasked to record game sightings, identify animal tracks, patrol and sweep for wire snares and generally visit areas to investigate for any signs of poaching. The important point is that because clients are paying for this experience, it allows the rangers to visit areas that are not often patrolled and the more trips that take place, the more frequently these areas can be monitored. This safari effectively provides a useful presence at ground level, to deter various forms of poaching, whilst the clients get to play an important role in conservation efforts. A light breakfast, tea/coffee and mineral water will be provided during the activity.

Tour Information

Duration: Approx: 5-6 hours

Languages: English

Group Size: Minimum 02 guests

Departures: Victoria Falls town hotels

Returns: Victoria Falls town hotels

Additional Information

A good level of fitness is required



USD 128.00 per person (Minimum 02 guests)


Transfers from Victoria Falls town hotels, park fees, guiding

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