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Located on the Zimbabwean border in the southern reaches of Zambia, the Lower Zambezi region is best known as the home to the Lower Zambezi National Park which features exceptional, undeveloped wildlife areas. It is renowned for its abundant game - hippos, buffalo, crocodiles, fish eagles, and herds of elephants can be spotted, among other species. The landscape is characterised by rugged, unspoilt wilderness of vast floodplains, scattered with indigenous woodlands. Visitors can look forward to an array of wonderful activities along the Zambezi including game drives, walking safaris, canoe trips, and excellent tiger fishing.
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This is Zambia's biggest and oldest National Park. Three rivers the Lufupa, Lunga and Kafue form the life blood of the reserve. During the annual summer rains these rivers flood creating vast swathes of floodplain whose lush vegetation attracts a myriad of life. The mix of habitats throughout the park ranging from floodplains, to rivers, and woodlands support an impressive array of animal and birdlife. In fact, the Kafue is home to possibly the greatest diversity of wildlife species of any African National Park, which makes it a very special place.
An especially high number of antelope species inhabiting all of the key ecosystems (including Sable, Roan, Lechwe, Reedbuck, Deffassa Waterbuck to name a few) mean there is naturally a high density of predators to see as well. Lions are relatively widespread throughout the park; leopards frequent the forested areas; cheetah are not common anywhere, but they are most commonly seen in the north of the park, where they seem to be thriving. Wild dog are spotted occasionally all over the park and their population is steadily increasing.
Kafue is a huge unspoilt wilderness, with a fraction of the visitors that other Zambian parks receive. For the adventurous safari goer it makes a wonderful addition to a Zambia trip.
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