At 22 000 square kilometres, Kafue is the largest national park in Zambia with the greatest biodiversity with 480 birds and 15 mammal species. It was established as a National Park in the 1950’s by the legendary Norman Carr, and remains little-known and largely unexplored. Vast tracts of its virgin bush remain untouched. The Lunga and Kafue Rivers offer boating and birding, but the game-viewing highlight is the Busanga Plains in the north. This is a dry season destination with the best months being from June to October.

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[fusion_title size=”2″]Mukambi Plains[/fusion_title]
Mukambi Plains is one of few lodges with access to the remote and incredible Busanga Plains where animals are the most abundant in the park. It’s a classic safari experience in a remote wilderness.


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