Savé (pronounced Sah-vey) Valley Conservancy is a wildlife conservation leader in Zimbabwe. A Non-Profit Organisation, we are dedicated to protecting the region’s ecology for future generations. The Conservancy spans an area of some 3400 square kilometers/340 000 hectares.
At Savé Valley Conservancy we place special emphasis on preserving rare wildlife and their habitats in an effort to guarantee survival. We are committed to sustaining our local conservation and educational projects for the ongoing benefit of all concerned.
Described as ‘testament to one of the grandest African conservation visions of all time’, Savé Valley Conservancy provides an example for projects elsewhere. We have been considered as a model for the proposed Transfrontier Peace Park that will hopefully one day link protected areas in Zimbabwe, Mozambique and South Africa.