Shinganda Wildlife Wilderness (Shinganda) is a not-for-profit wildlife restoration project, caring for wildlife on an unfenced 20,000ha conservancy since 2001.
Shinganda is situated in a vast, uninhabited wilderness area situated approximately 50km north-west of Kafue National Park. This large tract of protected, intact wildlife habitat is linked to the national park via a functional conservation corridor, allowing the movement and survival of wide-ranging wildlife such as African painted dogs, lions and elephants.
This unfenced, open-ecosystem conservancy site forms an integral part of the conservation area network in the Greater Kafue Ecosystem and the team at Shinganda provide 365 days a year monitoring and protection for a wide range of carnivores, herbivores and their habitat.
Take a look at our species galleries where you can go through some of our favourite species captures and more awesome images from Shinganda Wildlife Wilderness.