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New Victoria Falls Park To Focus On Conservation

By 20th August 2015 No Comments

The Santonga entertainment and conservation park in Victoria Falls is due to open in 2017. The 80-hectare park, said to cost $18 million, will tell the story of Victoria Falls, not only through its wildlife, but also its rich history and culture.

A World Wildlife Fund report, published last year, found humanity had wiped out 52 per cent of the world’s wildlife in the last 40 years. A force for good, conservation education and research will be a key focus for the project.
The park will also tell the story of Victoria Falls from the very beginning, 4 billion years ago, through its history, people, plants and wildlife.
Santonga, is expected to be at least a six-hour experience, drawing 120,000 visitors annually.
You can visit the Victoria Falls on our camping overland  and small group safari  itineraries.