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Best 10 Places to visit in Zambia

Zambia, a country in southern Africa, is home to amazing natural wonders, an abundance of wildlife, and friendly people. This nation offers a wide variety of experiences for adventurers and nature lovers, from the rumbling Victoria Falls to the spotless national parks and remote wilderness areas. One of the most magnificent waterfalls in the entire world, Victoria Falls, comes in first on our list. Get ready to be mesmerized by the Zambezi River's dramatic gorge ascent and its thunderous roar and powerful spray. It is essential to visit this UNESCO World Heritage site.

  1. Kafue National Park

Kafue National Park is one of the largest national parks in Africa and the oldest park in Zambia. While Livingstone International Airport is nearer to the park's southern region, Zambia's capital of Lusaka is more accessible to its northern region. Guided safaris in Kafue begin from any of the two dozen bush camps and hotels in the park's north area and eastern borders. The southern camps are situated close to the shores of the Kafue River. Four of the Big Five can be found, just the rhino is absent. One of the features of Kafue is its cheetah populace.

 2. Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park

Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage site that is home to one portion of the Mosi-oa-Tunya ('The Smoke Which Thunders') referred to worldwide as Victoria Falls on the Zambezi River. It is the world’s most noteworthy sheet of falling water and is huge worldwide for its excellent geographical and geomorphological elements and dynamic land arrangement processes with extraordinary excellence credited to the falls, for example, the splash, fog, and rainbows. The game park is a little wildlife sanctuary and may merit a visit on the off chance that you have a couple of hours to save.

 3. Lower Zambezi National Park

The Lower Zambezi National Park lies on the north bank of the Zambezi River in southeastern Zambia. The park borders Mozambique toward the east and its south boundary pours out over into Zimbabwe's Mana Pools Reserve. It's in the Lower Zambezi National Park where a canoe safari is an elating choice just as boating and fishing, all inside excellent riverine surroundings elements; there's nothing quite like discreetly paddling past an enormous elephant group on the river’s edge. The Zambezi is home to four of the Big Five: buffalo, elephant, leopard, and lion. The park is also reported to have one of the highest concentrations of bird species in all of Africa, making it a superb destination for birding safari enthusiasts.

  4. South Luangwa National Park

South Luangwa National Park in eastern Zambia, is the southernmost of three public parks in the valley of the Luangwa River. It is an incredibly famous wildlife paradise. It is known to local people just as "the South Park and the most visited park in Zambia. This is because it offers an exceptional blend of open, grassy fields and developed, mesmerizing forests, delegated with the immaculate, noteworthy Luangwa River. This region's reputation for bountiful wildlife and pristine vegetation is very much procured, so regardless of whether driving around or walking through, the extreme excellence calls to you from each corner. Four of the Big five animals can be spotted here aside from Rhino.

  5. Liuwa Plain National Park

Liuwa Plain in western Zambia has one of the oldest conservation histories in Africa, tracing all the way back to the late nineteenth century when the King of Barotseland delegated his kin as the caretakers of the reserve. Liuwa is a great representation of how people and wildlife can coincide and benefit in a shared landscape. Liuwa Plain is Zambia's most sizzling, off-the-beaten-track destination. The park is home to an astounding wildlife migration including thousands of blue wildebeest, zebra, and other grazers, which accumulate toward the start of the Wet season

  6. Nsumbu National Park

Liuwa Plain offers extremely occasional wildlife viewing. The pattern here is something contrary to most parks. Animals relocate to the fields to remain during the Wet season, from November to May. The plain becomes inaccessible after substantial rains yet adventure seekers can in any case visit by limiting activities to walking and canoeing as it were. The best time to visit is after the first rain in November. December is additionally great, however as the season advances, tracks disintegrate. One more fun chance to visit is in May and June toward the finish of the Wet season, and before the animals retreat.

  7. Kasanka National Park

Kasanka National Park is the only privately managed park in Zambia. This peaceful sanctuary, situated on the southwestern edge of the Lake Bangweulu basin, is one of Zambia's smallest public parks. Its 450 km2 however is so exceptional with rivers, lakes, wetlands, forests, lagoons, meadows, and dambos that it upholds a particularly wide scope of animals and bountiful birds and fish. The park is certainly not an exemplary wildlife destination, yet exceptionally compensates for people keen on birds.

  8. Sioma Ngwezi National Park

Sioma Ngwezi National Park is mainly covered by Kalahari woodland. The Park has been heavily poached, but the situation is improving and wildlife is recovering. As an example, elephants are returning to the Park, seen at the southeast border where elephants have re-established an old migration route, now very visible with several tracks in a corridor extending over more than one kilometer. 


Blue Lagoon National Park is a limited wildlife shelter in the northern part of the Kafue Flats in Zambia's Central Province. This Park is an undiscovered gem. The immense fields are staggering in the dry season and transform totally from a dry grass flatland to a watery wonderland in the wet season, as the flats load up with water and the migratory birds show up from all over. This park is a birdwatcher's dream. The abundance and assortment are astounding and the fact that it has not been opened up until recently and is still undeveloped makes it one of those last untouched places left in Africa. The park is undeveloped and only limited, self-catering chalets are available.

  10. Lochinvar National Park

Lochinvar is an almost untouched wetland setting with some astonishing birdlife with over 420 species. The Park is situated on the southern edge of the Kafue Flats, a wide floodplain of the Kafue River between Itezhi tezhi dam in the west and Kafue Gorge in the east. Wildlife viewing is limited, but the Kafue lechwe is abundant.

As you plan your next adventure, consider Zambia as a destination that will ignite your senses, awaken your spirit of exploration, and leave you with memories that will last a lifetime. Embrace the untamed wilderness, witness the power of nature, and immerse yourself in the warmth and diversity of Zambia. Safe travels, and may your journey be filled with wonder and discovery.

Author: Nishant Kundu

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