The Lower Zambezi National Park lies in the North Bank of the Zambezi River, south Eastern of Zambia. This park was declared a national park back in 1983, before then, the park was the private game reserve for the Zambian President. On the opposite bank, there is the famous Zimbabwe's Mana Pools National Park.. Actually these two Parks sits on the Zambezi flood plains and this area is the World Heritage site. The lower Zambezi national park is one of the pristine wilderness areas left in Africa today. The park covers an area of about 4092 square kilometres.
Though the park covers an area of 4092 square meters, most of the game is concentrated on the valley floor. There is an Escarpment along the Northern end of the Park which is the physical barrier to the most of the parks species. Apart from that, you will see enormous herds of Elephants, Buffaloes and water buck at the rivers edge. You will also find Lions, Leopards, Antelopes, Crocodiles, some birds and wild dogs, puku, baboons and some impala.
Fishing is the most popular activity because of the river. The Tiger and Bream cacthes are very common. You will also find Vundu, a member of the catfish family which can weigh up to 30kgs. Canoeing, walking safaris, and driving safaris.
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