Remote Wildlife Refuge

Largely unexplored with pockets of pristine bush, Kafue National Park is the wild heart of western Zambia.

Kafue was established in the 1950s by the legendary Norman Carr and is the country’s largest and oldest national park.

Its wide collection of natural habitats house an incredible diversity and density of big game and bird life, including endangered species like the African wild dog and wattled crane.

Kafue National Park hippo
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  • Kafue National Park zebra
  • Kafue National Park wildlife
  • Kafue National Park hippo

The Secret Of Kafue National Park

Hidden away in northern Kafue National Park lies the Busanga Plains, a seasonal wetland ecosystem famed for its wide variety of antelope species and large prides of lion.



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