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Lower Zambezi National Park, situated in south-eastern Zambia, is an untamed paradise offering sublime natural beauty and diverse wildlife. The park is known for its picturesque Zambezi River, which serves as a vital lifeline for numerous species. Here, you'll find large herds of elephants, buffaloes, hippos, and crocodiles, along with lions, leopards, and other predators. A range of safari experiences are available, including game drives, walking safaris, canoeing, and tiger fishing. The park offers various accommodation options, from luxury lodges to bush camps, catering to different budgets and preferences. Visit Lower Zambezi National Park for an unforgettable, immersive experience in the wild African landscape.


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Game Drives

Embark on guided game drives to explore the park's diverse habitats, including riverine forests, floodplains, and woodlands. Encounter a range of wildlife, such as elephants, lions, leopards, and the endangered African wild dog. Knowledgeable guides will help you spot these animals and provide insights into their behaviour and ecology.

Canoe Safaris

Experience the park's aquatic environment on a guided canoe safari along the Zambezi River. Observe hippos, crocodiles, and a variety of bird species, such as the African fish eagle, the Goliath heron, and the carmine bee-eater. Canoe safaris offer a unique perspective on the park's wildlife and ecosystems, allowing for a more intimate and peaceful experience.

Walking Safaris

Immerse yourself in the park's wilderness on a guided walking safari, allowing you to get up close and personal with nature. Discover the park's smaller inhabitants, such as insects, reptiles, and birdlife, and gain a deeper understanding of the park's flora, fauna, and ecological processes.


Try your hand at fishing in the Zambezi River, which is teeming with various fish species, such as tigerfish, bream, and vundu catfish. Fishing excursions can be arranged with local lodges and camps, providing equipment and guidance for both experienced and novice anglers.


Lower Zambezi National Park is home to over 400 bird species, making it an ideal destination for birdwatching enthusiasts. Discover a wide variety of unique birds, such as the African skimmer, the Pel's fishing owl, and the white-fronted bee-eater. Skilled guides can help you spot and identify these captivating avian inhabitants.

Night Game Drives

Experience the park's nocturnal wildlife on a guided night game drive. This unique activity offers the opportunity to spot elusive nocturnal creatures, such as leopards, civets, and genets, as well as various nocturnal bird species, like the Verreaux's eagle-owl and the nightjar.