KAZA (Okavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area)

The world’s largest peace park – 520 00 sq. kms of national parks and game reserves through Angola, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

In a world without borders, where Africa puts on its greatest wildlife show, we invite you to join us on this exciting venture. 


Right now, we are facing a man-made disaster of global scale. Our greatest threat in thousands of years. Climate Change.”

Sir David Attenborough

“Indigenous people must be part of the solution to climate change – you have the traditional knowledge of your ancestors. The important value of that knowledge simply cannot, and must not, be understated.

Patricia Espinosa
Exec. Secretary of the UNFCCC

Botswana – a leader in eco tourism and a sustainable conservation economy

Zambia – a country that has never known war – strong conservation efforts in all parks

Namibia the first African country to protect the environment by signing it into its constitution

Angola – important pathfinder for elephants 

Zimbabwe – facing many challenges but a lot of work being done using technology


Eco Tourism at the following Safari Hubs

Victoria Falls

wide selection of accommodation options from budget to upmarket bush lodges, and activities  to suit all tastes and budgets.


stay in upmarket lodges, Zambezi river lodges or self catering lodges.
Good range of attractions and tours for all members of the family.

Chobe – Kasane

Accommodation choices from Chobe river lodges, gorgeous safari lodges or self catering cottages.   
Activities are centred around the national park and include game drives and river cruises.

Getting There

British Airways – South African Airways – Kenyan Airways – Fastjet – Ethiopian Airlines – Pro flight Zambia – Air Namibia – Air Zimbabwe – Air Botswana