The Wildlife Conservation Safari aims to raise awareness of the wildlife conservation safari efforts that are taking place behind the scenes in the Zambezi National Park.

The safari starts with the clients attending a presentation by a Victoria Falls Anti-Poaching Unit member. The clients are given the entire background and history of the unit. They can learn about many fascinating aspects of the unit’s operations, the challenges faced, and the vast successes VFAPU has achieved. The participants on this safari are educated on the various types of poaching in the region and are shown how snares are placed to poach mammals.

Following this, the clients are taken for a field trip into the Zambezi National Park, where they are tasked to record game sightings, identify spoor, patrol and sweep for wire snares and generally visit areas to investigate for any signs of poaching. The critical point is that because the clients are paying for this experience, it allows us to see areas that are rarely patrolled and the more trips that run, the more frequently we can cover these areas.

This Wildlife Conservation Safari effectively provides a good presence at ground level to deter various forms of poaching, whilst the clients play an essential role in conservation efforts. A light breakfast, tea/coffee and mineral water will be provided during the activity.


Zipline / Horse Riding Safari /  Walking Safari Elephant Sanctuary Safari / Birding Safari / Flying FoxWhite Water Rafting / Victoria Falls Canopy Tour / Zambezi River Cruise  / Chobe National Park Day Out / Gorge Swing / Victoria Falls Bike Tour / Canoeing in the Zambezi  /Helicopter Flight / Zambezi Game Drive / Art Safari / Siduli Hide Game Viewing /