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Located along northern bank of the Zambezi River, the Lower Zambezi National Park is about 4,092 square kilometers in size. The Zambezi River is a focal point for the abundant wildlife in the area which includes elephant, hippo, crocodiles, zebra, lion, leopard, baboon, velvet monkey, antelopes such as impala, waterbuck, and a variety of birds, offering an excellent game viewing experience.


Lower Zambezi National Park is famous for canoe safaris on the Zambezi River. Boating is also popular on the river, especially for fishing adventures. The Park is easily accessible by air through the Royal airstrip and also by road from Lusaka via Chirundu.