Devil’s Gorge Concession is a remarkable Wildlife Sanctuary situated in Kamativi, Zimbabwe. This privately designated area is located just outside the small mining town of Kamativi in the Matabeleland North province. Kamativi itself can be found approximately 28 km off the Bulawayo to Victoria Falls Road, along Binga Road. The concession boasts a diverse range of wildlife and is renowned for its conservation efforts. The dedicated rangers conduct regular patrols within the concession and have established an impressive anti-poaching camp, ensuring the protection of the wildlife.
Visitors to Devil’s Gorge Concession can expect to encounter various species of animals, including elephants, zebras, kudus, and buffalos. The concession features several noteworthy attractions such as the Buffalo Pan, Bomb Pan, Leadwood waterhole, and the Gwaai River, which serve as major draws for wildlife, making it an ideal destination for nature enthusiasts. In addition to its natural wonders, the surrounding area of Kamativi is home to three schools: Kamativi Primary, St. Theresa Primary, and Kamativi Secondary, further highlighting the presence of a local community in close proximity to the wildlife sanctuary.