Where to go in Zambia's National Parks & Reserves
List of regions
Mosi-oa-Tunya is the local Kololo name for Victoria Falls, meaning ‘the smoke that thunders'. It's an apt description of this breathtaking and powerful waterfall, because the fine spray formed by the falls when they tumble over a broad basalt cliff looks like columns of smoke.
The pristine wilderness of the Lower Zambezi National Park is a great place in which to watch Zambia’s diverse and abundant wildlife. The park lies to the east of the capital, Lusaka, and across the Zambezi from the Mana Pools wildlife reserve in Zimbabwe
The South Luangwa National Park is Zambia’s finest and most accessible wildlife park. It was here that walking safaris were pioneered and they remain one of the best ways of experiencing the African wilderness.
North Luangwa National Park is a wild and untouched region on the western bank of the Luangwa River. The park is not open to the public in general. Instead, a handful of safari operators have permission to run walking safaris in the park, with a couple of intimate and luxurious tented camps providi…