Kafue National Park

Kafue National Park is iconic. The largest national park in Zambia covers 22,400 square kilometres. The vast lands house a variety of habitats, holding a rich diversity of wildlife. The expanse of this wondrous place create a genuine feeling of exclusivity.

Unsurprisingly, Kafue National Park provides fantastic game viewing opportunities. The big cats sit watching large herds of antelope, wildebeest and red lechwe, as the spotted hyena wait for their chance. A must see is the Zambezian flooded grasslands ecoregion in the north which support herds of herbivores and their predators, and attract some of the 490 recorded species of birds.

Kafue National Park is a truly wonderful place that defines low impact tourism. You will be wowed by the wildlife encounters and the untouched landscape, and humbled by its sheer size and presence.