An eight-hour drive west of Lusaka, at nearly 8,650 square miles (22,400 square kilometers), Zambia´s largest national park (and all of Africa´s second largest) is practically the size of Massachusetts or Wales. Most of Kafue is covered by what´s known as miombo woodlands (a mix of grasslands, shrublands, and savannas) but it´s most famous for its Busanga Plains up in the northwest, on which roam large prides of lions, herds of elephants and antelopes, and packs of cheetahs, as well as smaller herds of zebras, large schools of hippos, crocodiles. In addition to walking safaris and game drives, canoeing on the Kafue River is also a great way to experience the park.

Read more in my post 10 Places which Show How Zambia Is Eco-Amazing.




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