The Kasika Conservancy started in 1998 with the help of the IRDNC. The vision of the conservancy is to help improve the lives of community members that reside in the area. The conservancy is not gazetted yet and their plans also include setting up an office and eventually a campsite.
At the moment visitors can come and see their dance group perform traditional dances while the resident sangoma (traditional healer), shows visitors some of the local traditions and remedies.
Members of the community also produce crafts that are on sale and village tours can be undertaken with one of the local guides. Makoro trips can also be arranged for birding or fishing trips on the Zambezi River.