What is the difference between Campfire areas, National Parks, safari areas and private conservancies in Zimbabwe?

Campfire areas are hunting areas where local Zimbabweans have homes. There are agreements with the hunting operators to hunt lions, elephants, buffalo and more. Local people get some of the trophy fees and the meat of the hunted animals.

National Parks are unfenced areas of land that are used to protect animals. No hunting is permitted in these parks. These areas belong to the government.

Safari areas belong to National Parks and are on the borders of the national parks. There are no fences between safari areas and National Parks. In these areas hunting is permitted.

Private conservancies are fenced areas of land that are privately owned. They are very well operated and allow hunting and photographic safaris.

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