Bhejane Trust is a Zimbabwe registered trust, based in Victoria Falls and that has been operating for over ten years. The Trust has a very comprehensive Memorandum of Understanding with the Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority, covering all aspects of research, anti-poaching, law enforcement, infrastructure assistance and effectively any support Parks require, covering Hwange National Park, Kazuma Pan National Park, Zambezi National Park and Chizarira National Park.
The magic of African Safari Walks is to immerse wildlife-observers into the 400 species of birds and 100 species of mammals in Hwange National Park, this is whether they’re walking and approaching a pride of lions at dawn break, or sipping a G&T in camp at dusk. At Kennedy Seasonal Camp, wildlife observers will find plump pillows, soft sheets, ceramic flush toilets, hot showers and fluffy towels; however, the greatest luxury is the personalized wildlife observing walking safari experience. Spaces are limited to a minimum of two and a maximum of seven people.
The Crime Consultative Committee of Hwange consists of members of the community who come together to help the Zimbabwe Republic Police to combat crime. Community takes the leading role with a community leader being the Chairperson presiding over all meetings.
The main goal of the committee is to discussion crime related activities in the area and to implement strategies to mitigate or alleviate crime.