The KAZA TFCA abounds with magnificent tourist sites and attractions, ranging from Botswana’s Okavango Delta and Zimbabwe and Zambia’s Victoria Falls to the unexplored splendors of the Angolan woodlands and Namibia’s Caprivi region.
With the town of Livingstone in Zambia having recently constructed an international airport that can accommodate wide-bodied aircraft, the KAZA TFCA is poised to become a tourism destination of choice, with the Victoria Falls – Chobe National Park nexus serving as the primary gateway to KAZA’s fascinating nature-based and cultural attractions.
Harmonisation of policies and cross border regulations as well as development of infrastructure between these destinations will allow tourists from the regional and international market to explore southern Africa’s cultural and natural diversity as never before.
The establishment and development of this TFCA will offer opportunities for the local populations to form meaningful partnerships with the private and government sectors leading to conservation becoming a more locally viable land use option. Through these partnerships, the region will cater for budget as well as luxury tourists, identify and develop diverse tourist activities such as cultural and heritage tourism whilst also seeking out new and exciting tourist destinations such as the Ngonye Falls in Zambia.