In and Around
Lower Zambezi National Park:
The park is situated on a beautiful flood plain along the northwestern bank of the mighty Zambezi River, very much a wilderness experience. The main concentration of game can be found along the valley floor. Huge herds of elephants are often seen at the river's edge, making boat rides a major feature at all camps and lodges.
South Luangwa National Park:
The scenery, variety of animals and choice of accommodation makes this one of the best parks in Zambia. The Luangwa River is the focal point of the park, flowing year round; it can be very low in the dry season, thus exposing vast sandbanks creating an area where crocodiles and hippos bask in the sun. Renowned for its walking safari, this is one of the best ways to experience the wilderness first hand.
Kafue National Park:
Is the largest park in Zambia and one of the biggest in the world. A visit here provides a classic wildlife experience with the opportunity to view wildlife including elephants, lions, hyenas and a huge range of antelope species. The rivers of the park are teaming with crocodiles and hippos. The vegetation in Kafue National Park is as diverse as the animals and birds.