A Brief History of the Lower Zambezi National Park

The Lower Zambezi National Park spans 4092 square kilometres and holds within it's borders 120 kilometres of breathtaking river frontage. The first people to inhabit and lay claim to the Lower Zambezi area were the local Nsenga Bantu people. The Nsenga occupied the...

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Lower Zambezi Wildlife – You Are in For a Treat!

The Lower Zambezi wildlife is astounding in its variety, let’s take a closer look at what one can expect to find on a visit here. Healthy populations of large game such as elephant and African buffalo can be found along the Lower Zambezi. These great animals move...

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Sunset Cruise on the Lower Zambezi

A sunset cruise on the Lower Zambezi is a highlight on any trip to this region. Not only does the expansive river offer a welcome coolness from the heat on land, but the islets and sandbanks throughout the waterways are teeming with wildlife. The setting of fresh...

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A Perfect Morning on The Lower Zambezi

If you are an early riser, you can really take advantage of the welcome coolness of the Lower Zambezi at dawn. Around 5.30am the majestic call of the kingfisher can be heard across the vastness of the river. Boisterous baboons can be heard on the Zimbabwean side, and...

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What to Wear on Safari

Planning for your upcoming safari is an exciting time! The key is to pack light and pack smart. When travelling to Africa for a safari it’s very important that you leave your bright colours at home.  Here are some other useful tips on what to wear on safari: Dress...

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When to visit Zambia & the Lower Zambezi

When planning your trip to Zambia and it's beautiful parks and wildlife hotspots, it's important to consider the seasons to ensure you get the most out of your trip. Game spotting is at its best in the drier months, when foliage is sparse and animals gather around...

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The Elusive Sage Of The Grasslands

This solitary feline is the strongest climber of the large cats, and like other cats, spends about two thirds of it's life sprawled out in relaxed slumber. Although hard to track, the Lower Zambezi is a fantastic location for the chance spotting of the secretive...

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An Anglers Delight On The Lower Zambezi

Fishing on the Lower Zambezi is a diverse and exciting experience, with opportunities for the skilled and casual angler alike. Over 75 species of fish have been identified in the Lower Zambezi making it a very popular location for anglers, who visit from all over the...

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The Lower Zambezi – A Bird Lovers Paradise

Zambia is a bird lovers paradise, with one of the highest concentrations of bird species on the African continent. The Zambezi River, the natural boundary between Zambia and Zimbabwe, attracts an abundance of birdlife, considered to include as many as 400 species. One...

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