The Kafue National Park
Zambia’s largest National Park and conservation area spanning 22000sqkm. Due to its size and accessibility it is still wild and fairly untouched. It is a park that is up and coming, largely undeveloped and offer guests a more exclusive safari. The Kafue is extremely diverse with great floodplains, riverine, mopane and miombo habitat. There are 3 major rivers in the park that fill the floodplains, the Kafue, the Lufupa and the Lubungu. The main attraction of the park is the Busanga Plains which is situated in the north east of the reserve. These vast seasonal floodplains have a small number of lodges in the area but boast large herds of plains game like buffalo and wildebeest as well as puku and red lechwe antelope. There is a good selection of predators namely lion, wild dog, cheetah and hyena. This park is the perfect addition to a Zambian Safari.