Kafue National Park
Kafue National Park lies in the Kafue River basin and stretches over northwestern, central, and southern Zambia. This large park is rich in wildlife and species of birds, both large and small, are abundant. Elephant, too, are frequently seen along the river banks and even wander into some of the surrounding camps and lodge areas within the park.
Kudu, impala, zebra, and many other denizens canvas the terrain in unbelievable numbers. Baobob, mahogan, sausage, sycamore fig, and acacia trees are just a few of the trees and bushes that abound in Kafue National Park.