Kafue national park

Zambia is a vast country that remains one of the region’s least explored, yet most rewarding wilderness destinations.

Zambia, named for the mighty Zambezi, it is characterised by the immensity of space and gentle horizons and some of the wildest and most remote game areas on the continent. One of these being the majestic Kafue National Park

The Kafue National Park is vast, very remote, beautifully wild and offers an incredible variety of wildlife and birding species with the Kafue River running through the center you have open savanna, majestic river, and exceptional bush experiences.


Temperature and weather in the Kafue are also wonderfully mild due to the altitude, averaging 1100m above sea level; and is generally cooler compared to other lower regions. 

You will have the opportunity to sight 4 out of the Big 5 being lion, leopard, elephant, and buffalo as well as a chance of viewing other special wildlife species such as cheetah, wild dog, hyena, many different antelope species and an abundance of birdlife.


The dry season runs from June to October with exceptional game viewing, with the wetter months from November through to April which should not be a deterrent as visiting the Kafue in the ‘green’ season, is a spectacular time of year and the lush greenery of the bush is something really to behold. 

The Kafue offers the most amazing wilderness, wide open spaces, countless numbers of game and birds, wonderful views of open plains, stunning river experiences, sunsets and sunrises that will lift the spirit. The Kafue is a special place and will definitely make you fall in love with this majestic part of Africa.