Please be informed that with effect from the 1st of January 2018, the 30% SADC discount has been phased out.
Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority would like to take this opportunity to thank all its clients in the SADC region for their continued support towards the promotion of tourism in Zimbabwe.
For more information, please feel free to contact the Customer Services Office on the following contact details:
Calls: +263 772 111 846
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It was all smiles and cheers at St Giles recreation at Lake Chivero as 150 children flocked the area managed by Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority enjoying the vicinity. Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife management Authority in collaboration with Marist Camp Brothers made 150 children have a good start of the year 2018 as they facilitated free access and food supplements for the kids.
Br.Leonard Brito who is one of the organisers of the Marist Camp Brothers said the following
‘Marist Camp is a is a registered Welfare Organisation that is run by the Marist Camo Brothers .We select children from remote disadvantaged communities and through our partners like Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority and volunteers treat them to picnics which will include fun games and team building exercises. Children who come are trained in swimming, spot, sewing and appreciation of nature. The Marist Camp brother are also assisted by volunteering youth who render their services free.
The Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority prides itself with partnering with organisations that help and assist the vulnerable disadvantaged members of society like children. The Authority intends to maintain and continue to assist Marist Camp Brothers within its capacity as the children are the future.
Jul 19, 2017 | Local News
Two elephants have been killed in a suspected case of cyanide poisoning around Hwange National Park.
The carcasses of the two jumbos were discovered on Monday by anti-poaching officers.
The Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority (Zimparks) confirmed the suspected cyanide poisoning case after officers who were on patron around Hwange National Park noticed the carcasses of two adult elephants.
The case has since been reported to the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) which is now conducting further investigations, while a task which was removed from one of the elephants has since been recovered.
Zimparks Public Relations Manager, Mr Tinashe Farawo said the suspected cyanide poison was administered on the saltlick, adding that the recovered task has been sent for safekeeping while 150 anti-poaching unit officers have been deployed to deal with the emerging poaching cases.
Mr Farawo added that the authority in collaboration with other government agencies is working tirelessly to reduce cases of poaching with cumulative figures for 2017 indicating a downward trend compared to last year.
Recent reports from Zimparks show that between January and June 2017, a total of 14 elephants were lost due to poaching activities.
During the recently held third Defence and Security Chief Meeting hosted by Zimbabwe, member countries were challenged to domesticate the SADC law enforcement and anti-poaching strategy.