For a life changing experience guests are invited to attend our project sites in Victoria Falls and Antelope Park, Gweru; both in Zimbabwe, as well as Livingstone in Zambia where you can; walk with the lions as they learn about their natural environment, join the older lions after dark as they perfect their hunting skills on the Night Encounter* or even spend some time with our team observing a released pride**
Guests can also visit and take part in our conservation and community development programs as an individual or part of a group, for a half day up to a week as a short-term volunteer***.
Funds generated by your visit go back into our various projects to help ensure a future for the African lion.
* currently available at Antelope Park only
** Antelope Park and Livingstone only
*** Livingstone and Victoria Falls only
Don’t take our word for it though. Take a look at these comments from visitors....
“This was easily the best activity of my life. It was personal and very well done, as well as being informative and safe. The lions were obviously naturally raised and well cared for” Khetthai Laksanakarn, Thailand
“What a way to experience lions up close and personal. Bigger and better than I expected. Awesome!" Jane Baldwin, Australia
“This was the most amazing experience of my life so far; and I've already done a lot of other cool things. Thank you” Ina Brenk, Germany
“An absolutely amazing experience with an awesome organization. I learnt so much about these beautiful creatures." Zoe Storer, United Kingdom
“Fantastic! One of the highlights of my 46 days in Africa. It’s amazing to see what the project is doing and how important it is. The staff were extremely professional and made the experience even better - thank you!” Shilla Patel, United Kingdom
“This was the most amazing experience. Thank you so much. The guides were so professional. A major highlight of my African experience." Molly Gareh, Canada
For further details, prices and bookings please use the following contacts:
Lion Encounter (Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe)