KAZA – Southern Africa’s conservation wonderland awaits

Welcome to the Kavango-Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area (KAZA), the world’s largest Terrestrial Transfrontier Conservation area. At approximately 520,000 km², it’s larger than Germany and Austria combined, roughly the size of France, and nearly twice the size of the United Kingdom – it’s enormous! In 2011 Angola, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia, and Zimbabwe banded together, in a unique collaboration, to establish KAZA; with the goal of conserving some of Africa’s wildest expanses, protecting its wildlife, promoting tourism, and improving the well-being of local communities.

The KAZA region includes 36 protected areas, game reserves, forest reserves, game management areas, communal lands, and conservation and tourism concessions. Some of its best-known spots are Botswana’s Chobe National Park, Zimbabwe’s Hwange National Park, Zambia’s Kafue National Park, and of course, the jewels in the KAZA crown, the Okavango Delta and the awe-inspiring

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