Tourism Without Boundaries

The Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area spans five southern African countries: Angola, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe. The KAZA TFCA was formally established on 18th of August 2011 when the Heads of States of the five governments signed its Treaty in Luanda, Angola, during the SADC Summit for Heads of States.

The KAZA TFCA was established to:
  • Conserve the shared natural resources and cultural heritage of this vast area of southern Africa
  • Promote and facilitate the development of a complementary and linked network of protected areas that protect wildlife and provide and restore dispersal corridors and migratory routes
  • Develop the KAZA TFCA into a world-class tourism destination offering a variety of breathtaking adventure and luxurious relaxation
  • Promote the free and easy movement of tourists across borders
  • Implement programmes that ensure the sustainable use of natural resources in ways that improve the livelihoods of communities and reduce poverty in the region
  • Harmonise conservation legislation and natural resource management of the TFCA

Protected Areas found within the region:

Luiana and Mavinga National Parks.

Hunting Areas: 

Luengue, Luiana and Mucusso Hunting Areas.

Protected areas found within the region: 

Okavango Delta (including Moremi Game Reserve), the Chobe-Linyanti river system (including Chobe National Park) and Makgadikgadi-Nxai National Park.


Protected areas found within the region:

Bwabwata National Park, Mudumu National Park, Nkasa Rupara National Park, Khaudum National Park, Mangetti National Park, Caprivi State Forest and conservancies and community forests between and around these Protected Areas.

Protected areas found within the region:

Kafue National Park, Sioma-Ngwezi National Park, Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park, and their adjoining game management areas, forest reserves, and open areas of Kalomo, Kazungula and Sesheke Districts.


Protected areas found within the region:

Hwange National Park, Zambezi National Park, Victoria Falls National Park, Kazuma Pan National Park, Chizarira National Park, Matusadona National Park, Matetsi, Deka, Chete, Chirisa and Charara Safari Areas, including, Bembesi, Fuller, Gwayi, Kazuma, Mzola, Ngamo, Panda Masuwe, Sijarira and Sikumi Forests incorporating Hwange, Tsholotsho, Bulilima, Binga, Gokwe, Nyaminyami and Hurungwe Communal Lands, as well as privately held State Land and conservancies extending eastwards to Lake Kariba Recreational Park and Kariba Town.