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Lower Zambezi National Park

An adventurer’s playground offering some of Southern Africa’s best walking and canoeing safaris in pristine wilderness, the Lower Zambezi National Park is situated on the Zambian side of the Zambezi River.
With National Park opposite, on the Zimbabwe side of the river, these unfenced areas allow animals to roam as they please. In this remote Park, you will be challenged to find any sign of human inhabitants.

Royal Zambezi Lodge

The Lodge is an ideal place to stay when combining a visit to Victoria Falls. It works perfectly for a family safari holiday yet also as the romantic setting for honeymoon couples.

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Zambezi Grande

Embrace unfenced nature and adventure from the comfort of an opulent, 5-star sanctuary in the heart of Africa. Zambezi Grande Private Game Experience is situated near the Lower Zambezi National Park, on a prime sector of the Zambezi River front, offering visitors an unforgettable personal retreat, with all the sumptuous indulgences a discerning guest would appreciate.

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Plan Your Trip

The remoteness of the Lower Zambezi National Park in the South-Eastern part of Zambia is a significant drawcard. This area of 4090 sq. km was declared a National Park in 1983 after being the private hunting ground for the Zambian president, which kept it in its pristine state. Flanked by Mana Pools National Park, Zimbabwe, on the opposite side of the Zambezi River, the two unfenced UNESCO World Heritage Parks sit in the Zambezi floodplain and are surrounded by the Zambezi escarpment. This area is famous for its incredible concentration of game, most notably big game. Enormous herds of elephants and buffalos, large pods of hippo and huge crocodiles, along with lions, leopards and African Wild Dogs, make this an unforgettable safari destination. The Lower Zambezi National Park is a bird lovers dream, especially as you float along the mighty Zambezi by canoe or boat. The migratory birds are a feast for the eyes during the hot wet season. Fishing enthusiasts can have a go at landing the ferocious Tigerfish or reel in the Zambezi bream against a spectacular backdrop. Experienced and knowledgeable guides will lead your safaris and share their deep knowledge and love of the bush.