In April 2004 the fences separating Zuka Private Game Reserve and Phinda Private Game Reserve started to come down, adding an additional 3,300 hectares of land to the Munywana Conservancy. Zuka Private Game Reserve is constantly motivated by a desire to expand green frontiers and see new uninterrupted horizons with swathes of uninhibited wilderness for wildlife to thrive.
This allows glorious free movement of game and creates new territories to carry a greater number of animals within the conservancy. After years of intention and hard work, this breakthrough was achieved.
This kind of agreement involves ongoing consultation and healthy negotiations to ensure the integrity of a balanced and optimal outcome for all parties involved. The removal of the fences between Zuka Private Game Reserve and Phinda Private Game Reserve was a turning point in the short history of the Munywana Conservancy and expanded the conservancy to 18,000 hectares of land at this point in time.