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Kasanka National Park is situated on the south western edge of the Lake Bangweulu basin, is one of Zambia’s smallest national parks.

Kasanka Natioanal Park:

What to see:

The park is endowed with rivers, lakes and wetlands, forests, lagoons, meadows and dambos and this enables it to accommodate a wide variety of animals and plenty birds and fish. The park is simply on of the most magnificent and picturesque parks in Zambia with superb birdlife.

Notable animals species in Kasanka national Park include puku, hippo, sable antelope and the Liechtenstein’s hartebeest and over 330 bird species have been recorded which include the rare Pel’s fishing owl, the Pygmy goose, Shoebill and the wattled crane among others.

Kasanka National Park is renowned for the Bats migration which occurs annually between October and mid- December.

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