Kazuma Pan National Park is found in Zimbabwe's north-western corner, lying in a very remote area on the Botswana between the northernmost part of Hwange National Park and Matetsi Safari Area.
The park consists of 313km2 of pristine wilderness, with a series of pans of which some are kept full by constant pumping from boreholes especially in the dry season. Hence the pans are known to attract large populations of elephant and buffalo due to the perennial water supply.
As one of the few parks with the big five in Zimbabwe (lion, leopard, buffalo, elephant and white rhino), Kazuma Pan hosts an expansive diversity of animals which include various antelope such as gemsbok, roan and sable and predators such as wild dogs and cheetah which favour the grassy plains as their hunting ground. Bird species include ducks, cranes, storks and cormorants among others.
The vegetation consists of grassland with mopane and Kalahari sand woodlands.