The Kafue is a huge, rarely visited park in western Zambia, which is only now properly opening up to tourism.
It is a blissfully quiet and undiscovered wilderness area with a wide variety of central African mammal and bird species, many of which are not commonly seen further south. Although largely flat, the park has an interesting landscape of rivers, forests and plains. The Busanga Plains are renowned for their herds of hundreds of red lechwe attracting large numbers of lion and cheetah, and the central riverine areas with beautiful mature trees are home to elephant, leopard, kudu, puku, wild dog and hyena. It is an excellent area for walking and the birding is exceptional.
Wild and undiscovered
Boating on the rivers
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