This conservation safari is run by a member of the Victoria Falls anti-poaching unit and aims to raise awareness of wildlife conservation efforts.
This is a half-day activity that starts with a presentation by a member of VFAPU. You’ll be given a full background and history of the unit and will learn about the many aspects of the unit’s operations, their challenges and successes. An explanation will be given on the various types of poaching that take place in the region. You’ll also be shown how snares are laid to poach mammals.
This activity in itself plays an important role in conservation efforts. The field trip covers areas that are rarely patrolled by the VFAPU team and provides a useful deterrent to various forms of poaching.
Please note that this tour is done from the Zimbabwean side of Victoria Falls.
Duration: Approximately 5.5 hours long and this trip requires a minimum of 2 people.
Includes: Conservation training and education as well as a walking safari experience
Excludes: Zimbabwean park fees, approximately USD 15