The Victoria Falls area was awarded UNESCO World Heritage Status in 1989, providing legal protection and preservation. It is protected under the National Heritage Conservation Act (1998) and the Zambia Wildlife Act on the Zambia part and the Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Act Cap. 20. 14 of 2008 (revised) on the Zimbabwean side. The area has a well-defined and buffered boundary which requires clear demarcation. It has a Joint Integrated Management Plan approved by the State Parties in November 2007 and is being implemented in a participatory manner.
The property requires continued maintenance and updating of its management plan, supported by adequate staffing and provision of financial resources. Read more
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Victoria Falls River Lodge wins Conde Nast Johansens Award for Excellence
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Victoria Falls launches DMP
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