Lower Zambezi National Park

Lower Zambezi National Park is located in the southeast region of Zambia. It lies along the bank of the Zambezi River. It has an area of about 4,092 square kilometers. This place is a home for wild rare animals and birds. This area is protected.

The park is isolated along the Zambezi river. Tripety travelers will have to use a small plane or a boat and to move up the Zambezi river to get to the park.

The river serves as the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe. Tripety travel app will help you to organize your time spending and do not miss any places of interest. That is why you may tie Victoria Falls and the national park together to visit both of them. 

The national park is located on the Northside of the Zambezi River across from Mana Pools National Park in Zimbabwe. they are recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The business travel application will find the best accommodation for you while being in the national park. You will enjoy the wildlife. There are a lot of big wild animals in the park and some of them are concentrated according to the south and north parts of the park.

  • It’s a bird watchers dream.
  • You will be able to see elephants everywhere.
  • You might be lucky enough to spot resident wild dogs.
  • Termite mounds, plants, tracks, feathers, bones and dung become your focus.
  • While the trip, you will be able to sleep under the stars and enjoy your time.
  • The prime pursuits are canoe safaris.
  • Walking safaris are the perfect way to really get in touch with the wilderness.

Get close to elephants and hippos at Lower Zambezi National Park, a protected wildlife viewing area along the northwestern bank of the Zambezi River. Gently sloping from a steep escarpment into a flood plain dotted with acacia trees, the park houses a wide variety of wildlife, including lions, leopards, cheetahs, buffalos, zebras, baboons, and bushbucks. Colorful bee-eaters and over 400 other bird species populate and nest in these lush areas. A private game reserve until 1983, the park was declared the national property to curb poaching and currently covers 4,200 sq km (1,622 sq mi).

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