More aboutLower Zambezi National Park
If you are looking to take your adventure in the great outdoors, then look no further than Lower Zambezi National Park. This unspoiled and unpaved park is located on the border with Zimbabwe where one can enjoy game drives, canoeing or hiking while trying their luck at wildlife spotting.
One of the last pristine wilderness areas left in Africa, this park is a visit. for nature lovers. The Lower Zambezi National Park lies on the Zambian side of the Zambezi River with Mana Pools National Park in Zimbabwe on the other side. The wide river flows between these parks and forms the natural border separating Zambia and Zimbabwe. You can undertake various types of safaris on both the Zambian and Zimbabwean side.
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The Lower Zambezi National Park covers an area of 4092 square kilometers. For many years, this area was the private game reserve of Zambia’s president, until it was officially established in 1983. The Lower Zambezi National Park and its surrounding GMA are located in one of the most remote areas in Africa. There aren’t any paved roads here, so you’ll likely never see another tourist while traveling around this vast area.
Tourists come to this park by boat or aircraft, but not by road. The only other way is if you have 4×4 skills and even then, it’s restricted during certain times of year when the river isn’t safe enough to cross without proper equipment.
Safaris and wildlife
The great variety of wildlife in this area makes for an exciting safari. The Cape buffalo, large elephant population, lion, leopards, and different kinds of antelopes are just some that can be seen on the floodplain. Other popular animals include crocodiles and hippos in the mighty Zambezi River.
The Zambezi Valley is a photographer’s paradise. More than 350 bird species have been recorded in the area, and it offers some of Africa’s most breathtaking scenery for those who want to take pictures. There are many species of birds in this area including eagles, heron and stork. The great Zambezi escarpment provide spectacular views.
Camps & Lodges
We recommend five different camps and lodges, including Anabezi Camp. Anabezi Camp is a one-of-a kind experience where you can truly immerse yourself in the authentic feel of the great Zambezi with its many attractions. A camp under shade from Winterthorn trees close to riverbank provides perfect setting for exploring all that this region has to offer.
Sausage Tree Camp is a luxurious riverside getaway, offering guests the comforts of home with an amazing view and exceptional service to match it. This is the perfect place for a relaxing getaway.
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The Lower Zambezi National Park is a breathtaking area with many opportunities for adventure. If you are looking forward to visiting this incredible location, don’t hesitate to contact us today. Fill out our form with any questions that may come up before your trip so we can help you plan an unforgettable experience.