Kafue National Park

Set in the heart of western Zambia, Kafue National Park is the country’s biggest and oldest National Park. Three rivers form the lifeblood of the reserve namely the Lufupa, Lunga and Kafue rivers with the annual summer flood of the Lufupa creating an impressive floodplain delta. The floodplains, rivers, and woodlands support an impressive array of animal and birdlife and a number of private lodges make this remarkable reserve easier to visit. Visitors can look forward to catching a glimpse of the hippos swimming in the waters of Lake Itezhi-Tezhi, viewing abundant birdlife and a variety of game on the northern Busanga Plains such as zebras and lions; and in the more remote southern Nanzhila Plains antelopes and elephants can be spotted.

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Kaingu Lodge

Set in an area of pristine wilderness, KaingU Safari Lodge offers a magnificent safari experience in the heart of the African bush. The owner-run lodge,…

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Konkamoya Lodge

Konkamoya is the only Lodge in the Kafue National Park on the Itezhi – Tezhi Lake. With no other Lodges or Camps around you will…

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Kasabushi Camp

Kasabushi Camp is a Bush Camp in the wild zone of the Central Kafue National Park. It began with a superb campsite that opened in…

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