Kafue National Park
This is Zambia’s oldest and largest national park, and it is one of the largest parks in Africa with an area of over 22000 square kilometres. It is within 2 hours’ drive of the capital, Livingstone, but despite its prestigious location, it remains superbly unchartered with much of it still standing as virgin territory. The rainy season makes much of Kafue inaccessible, but there are year-round camps and lodges, which offers accommodation during the majestic green season.Enquire Now
The sheer diversity of wildlife that dwells in the Kafue is what makes it an Eden in terms of any Southern African national park. Unique and rarely seen antelope species find their homes in this secret sanctuary, while speciality predators, such as the endangered African wild dog, leopard, and cheetah, are seen in Kafue more often than in any other Zambian park. This incredible part of the country remains one of the lesser-visited destinations and holds incredibly special safari value.