Other Regions in Zambia

Of the lesser wildlife areas, Kasanka National Park and the Lake Bangweulu wetlands lie in the northern part of the country and are of particular interest to bird watchers.

The rare shoebill can be seen in Bangweulu, whilst the species list in Kasanka is well over 400. Kasanka has a very diverse habitat, and although small (covering just 350 sq kms), sports a reasonable wildlife population of which sitatunga are of worthy note. In November and December, millions of Straw-coloured fruit bats migrate into the park, one of natures great migrations.

For further information on safari options available in Zambia please call us on +44 (0) 1787 888590 or contact us to speak to one of our safari specialists.