Mushandike Sanctuary is a conservation area whose purpose is to provide a multiplicity of activities that include game farming, game viewing and recreation. The Sanctuary also shares premises with the Mushandike Natural Resources College.
Occupying about 13 360 ha, the area is dominated by Brachystegia (miombo) woodland, open grassland and rocky outcrops. The Mushandike Dam occupies an area of 417 ha.
Mushandike Sanctuary boasts a wide array of predominantly plains game species. Animal species one can look forward to seeing include; kudu, common duiker, sable, waterbuck, klipspringer, steenbok, Sharpe’s grysbok, tsessebe, blue wildebeest, impala and warthog. The area is also very rich in birdlife.