LUXURY SAFARIS IN KAFUE
Located in central Zambia, the Kafue National Park is Zambia's oldest and largest national park, and is named after the Kafue River of the area.
It is remote, remains little known, and is largely unexplored, with vast tracts of its virgin bush still untouched. It is also quieter and receives fewer visitors than some of the other national parks on the continent. We think this is one of its greatest advantages.
Experiencing Kafue is about experiencing a great diversity of wildlife, rather than simply being about checking the big 5 off a checklist - the Kafue National Park is home to more species of ungulate than any national park south of the Congo Basin. In addition to some of the more charismatic predators, rare and elusive antelope such as the blue and yellow-backed duiker occur in the thickets, sitatunga and lechwe in the swamps, and roan, sable and hartebeest in the miombo woodlands.
It is also a birders paradise, with over 500 species of birds in the area - roughly the same number as in all of Europe combined!