Lower Zambezi National Park is nestled on the northern banks of the Zambezi River, located in the southeastern region of Zambia. The park is completely unfenced, allowing wildlife to freely roam the area which can be accessed by road or air transfers.
At the floodplains of Lower Zambezi National Park, an abundance of mammals are observed on scenic game viewing activities on a Zambia safari. The free-roaming wildlife of the park includes buffalo, lion, elephant, leopard, crocodile, hippo, rhino and a diversity of antelope. The rugged and untouched park is also haven to a myriad of birds including black eagle, hornbill, Meyers parrot and Lilian’s lovebird.
The Park accommodation in Zambia is offered at luxury safari lodges. Activities in the Park includes game drives, nature walking safaris, pontoon boating, canoeing and fishing.