Set against a majestic backdrop of mountains, the mighty Zambezi snakes like a huge silver python from horizon to horizon. This is the Lower Zambezi National Park. Located on Zambia’s southern border, across from Zimbabwe’s Mana Pools National Park, it is a true hidden gem. Zambia’s fourth largest national park has almost 150 kilometres of Zambezi river bank and more than 4000 square kilometres of breathtaking wilderness.
The activities on offer on our various Lower Zambezi safari tours include morning and evening game drives, walking and photographic safaris, canoeing, river excursions and fishing for the Zambezi’s elusive water dog: the tiger fish. Choose from our hand-picked Lower Zambezi camp and lodge accommodation options.
This is the real, wild Africa, with no fences, offering the opportunity to immerse yourself in the sights, sounds and smells of the bush.
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