Matetsi Private Game Reserve lies in the North-West corner of Zimbabwe, a country globally renowned for being the first country in Africa with a visionary approach to managing natural resources, from as early as 1975.
Zimbabwe has the second largest elephant population in the world and still holds significant tracts of African teak. Both of these are evident in the pristine 55 000-hectare wilderness that is Matetsi Private Game Reserve. The property holds a key position within the enormous Kavango-Zambezi (KAZA) Trans-Frontier Conservation Area (TFCA) – the largest TFCA in the world – and incorporating five cooperating countries (Zimbabwe, Zambia, Namibia, Botswana, and Angola).
In the dry season, a good availability of water, from 16 solar-powered boreholes and 15 km of the mighty Zambezi River, means that that 55,000-hectare wilderness that is Matetsi Private Game Reserve is an oasis