Elephants in abundance

Camp Kuzuma is situated in the busiest elephant corridor that joins two of the world’s greatest parks: The Chobe National Park in Botswana and the Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe.

Botswana is well-known for its large elephant population. In 2014 an estimate of 200,000 elephants roamed this area of Africa. Elephants are often poached for ivory, but with the help of the Botswana anti-poaching army unit, there have been very few poaching incidents here compared to elsewhere in the world.

Overlooking a regularly frequented waterhole and open plains of the Kazuma Pans, guests are sure to see elephants in abundance at Camp Kuzuma.

Read more about Botswana’s elephant population, here.