On this 3-Day Zambia Luxury Kafue National Park Safari, You’ll go to Kafue National Park and get ready to see big herbivores like elephants and buffalo as well as lions, leopards, cheetahs, and even wild dogs can be spotted here. The African wilderness of Kafue National Park remains mostly unexplored and provides a variety of activities in varied eco system. Kafue National Park is a substantial component of the Kavango-Zambezi Trans-frontier Conservation Area (, the largest Trans boundary conservation area in the world, and extends across a vast 22,400 km2 in the western Zambian center. As one of the most significant natural heritage sites in the world and the oldest national park in Zambia, the park was established in 1950.
Upon your arrival, a representative from Dav Safaris will pick you up from Kenneth Kaunda International Airport and transport you to Kafue National Park. Upon your arrival, a representative from Dav Safaris will pick you up from Kenneth Kaunda International Airport and transport you to Kafue National Park.
Following breakfast, you’ll go on a morning game drive to visit some of Kafue National Park’s top animal spot, like the Busanga Plains, where you can see antelope, elephants, zebras, and lions. In addition to the elusive cheetah, rare animals to keep an eye out for include red lechwe, sable, and the African wild dog. Observe hippos splashing in Lake Itezhi-Tezhi and look up to witness the many bird species that inhabit the trees surrounding the Busanga Swamp, including the African fin foot, half-collard kingfisher, and African skimmer. After taking a short break at your lodge, you’ll go on an evening wildlife drive. As a result of the numerous tiny rivers that run through this region, there are many waterholes where the animals may cool themselves during the dry season. Wild dogs, cheetahs, and lions are some of the animals that call this place home. Wild dogs wander huge portions of the park.
After breakfast, you’ll go shopping and have lunch in town. Following that, you will be dropped off at the Kenneth Kaunda International Airport in preparation for your planned departure back home. You will, however, return home having seen the best of Zambia’s wildlife, both large and little, and having a camera full of pictures and tales to share with family and friends.
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