Lower Zambezi National Park
Unspoiled, untamed and unfenced, the Lower Zambezi National Park is the refreshing contrast to the Victoria Falls and Mosi oa Tunya area contributing to one of the most pristine wilderness in Zambia away from the crowds. Spanning over 4,000 square kilometres, the Lower Zambezi National Park is not only home to four of the Big Five, but also remarkable for its alluring landscapes of escarpments, baobab trees and stunning river channels, making this a safari destination for the connoisseurs.
Why Lower Zambezi National Park?
Only the rhinos are missing from the Big Five. While not the most spectacular diversity of wildlife, the Lower Zambezi National Park teems with some of the most familiar species drawn to the floodplains fringed with mopane forest interspersed with winterthorn trees and huge acacias. Amongst the regular inhabitants of the park are the elephants, hippos, buffaloes, zebras, wildebeests, lions, leopards, hyenas and various species of antelopes.