Kafue National Park

Situated in the heart of western Zambia, Kafue National Park stands as the oldest and largest national park in the country, covering an extensive area of 22,400 km². Originally designated as a national park in the 1950s under the guidance of the renowned Norman Carr, Kafue remains one of Africa’s largest reserves. Surprisingly, despite its substantial size and convenient proximity, being only a two-hour drive from Livingstone, it remains relatively unknown and largely unexplored, with vast stretches of pristine wilderness yet to be discovered. The park’s immense size and diverse range of habitats contribute to its remarkable array of wildlife, boasting an impressive count of 158 documented mammal species. Notably, Kafue is distinguished as the national park with the highest concentration of ungulate species, and it is also known for being home to tree-climbing lions.
Kafue National Park provides a diverse range of accommodations, including luxurious lodges and tented bush camps, ensuring that even the most discerning traveller can find a comfortable place to relax after an exhilarating safari experience.

Things to do in Kafue National Park:

  • Game drives
  • Walking
  • Boat Cruise
  • Fishing

Camps & Lodges in Kafue National Park

Musekese – Classic Zambia

Chisa Busanga – Green Safaris

Kaingu Safari Lodge

Konkamoya

Figtree – Mukambi Safaris

Nanzhila Plains

Mukambi Safari Lodge

Busanga Plains Bushcamp – Mukambi Safaris

Ila Safari Lodge – Green Safaris

Shumba Camp – Wilderness Safaris

Ntemwa -Busanga Camp – Classic Zambia

Busanga Bushcamp – Wilderness Safaris

Mwamfushi Safari Lodge

Mhozhi Bush Camp – Shearzone Safaris

Mawimbi Bushcamp

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