Bhejane Trust is currently operating in all three National Parks found in north-western Zimbabwe – namely Hwange National Park, the Kazuma Pan National Park, and the Zambezi National Park.
Hwange National Park is an area of 14,400 sq kilometres, home to over 30,000 elephants plus a variety of other species, including rhino. The Park is divided into three areas, Main Camp, Robins and Sinamatella, of which Bhejane Trust operates in the letter two sections.
Kazuma Pan and Zambezi National Parks are smaller Parks within the Matetsi Wildlife Area.
All our operations are in conjunction with the National Parks and Wildlife Authority of Zimbabwe, on an assistance basis.