About KAZA Transfrontier Conservation Area
A collaboration between the Peace Parks foundation and the World Wide Fund for Nature, Kaza - the Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area - is a 450 000 square kilometer conservation area in southern Africa, incorporating the wilderness areas of five countries, Angola, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
Kaza conserves Africa's largest elephant populations and supports stable populations of the continent's rarest animal species such as the African wild dog, cheetah and black and white rhinos.
The park is made up of almost 40 existing reserves and conservation areas including: Liuwa Plain and Kafue national parks in Zambia, Mamili and Mudumu national parks in Namibia, Chobe National Park and Moremi Game Reserve in Botswana, Hwange and Victoria Falls national parks in Zimbabwe and Luiana and Longa-Mavinga national parks in Angola.
The World Heritage sites of Victoria Falls and the Okavango Delta are found in the Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Park, with more areas awaiting recognition as heritage sites