Night game safari in Kafue Zambia – The acentric Kafue national park is Zambia’s largest and oldest national park Spanning an area of 22400km. The park attained its national park status (formation) in the 1950s. A huge fraction of the national park still remains uncharted thereby giving more access to the continuous development of the rich wildlife, plant and bird species. Kafue national park also derives its attraction and uniqueness from its size and the wild game that is holds.
All over the national park, the consistent Kafue River flows trailing a well-articulated course and its deviates and widens is areas where rocks seem harder and renders the flowing process impossible to go through them. the park has a wide array of activities that travellers can embark on, some of which include fishing, birding, game drives and canoe trips.
This undoubtedly will be one of the highlights of your African safari, as it during game drives that you get the best opportunity to view game. It is your chance to witness, explore and learn about this environment and how everything is interrelated from the mighty elephant, majestic lion and leopard to plants and insects that make up this incredible eco-system.
The Kafue National Park is well known for its high diversity of game which is very visible. Heading out on a game drive in the early morning or late afternoon is very rewarding and with Leopard Lodge being far from any other human development you will be the only vehicle in this vast wilderness. From the back of our open game viewing vehicle with our highly experienced guide you will have a chance to see some of Africa’s big game and do some excellent birding.