Wild and wet! Those two words sum up Zambia’s Kafue National Park. At 22,500 square kilometres it is both the country’s largest, and one of the African continents largest national parks.
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The Kafue’s northern section, specifically the Busanga Plains area, is remote, wild and extremely diverse. And under water for a good part of the year, thanks to the seasonal flooding of the Kafue river!
Covering 750 square kilometres of pristine wilderness, the Busanga Plains is home to 158 mammal species, including puku, red lechwe, roan, buffalo, elephant and all of the major predators – lion, leopard, cheetah and wild dog. More than 491 species of birds also make it a top destination for birdwatchers. Top of the tick-lists are the pink-throated longclaw and both wattled and crowned cranes. And, o… Read More