At 22,500 square kilometres, Kafue National Park in Zambia is one of the largest in Africa. Its northern sector is remote, wild and diverse with vast tracts of pristine wilderness and huge open planes.
With more than 150 species recorded, mammals are abundant and diverse, with regular sightings of lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo and cheetah, hippo and good numbers of plains game; birdlife is equally abundant and includes many species that do not occur elsewhere in southern Africa.
The thrill is to be found in the diversity and abundance of nearly 500 recorded species and good concentrations of Wattled Crane (Zambia contains more than half the world's population).
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Discreetly tucked away on a tree-island of sycamore fig trees, overlooking the endless floodplains, Busanga Bush Camp is a small, remote camp in the heart of the Busanga Plains. Discreetly tucked...View details >
Shumba Camp is in the centre of the famed Busanga Plains; an area of approximately 750 square kilometres and considered one of Zambia's most important wetlands as well as a wildlife paradise with a...View details >
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