In the core of western Zambia, 22,400 km2 of Kafue National Park is the oldest and most prominent of Zambia’s national parks.
First gazetted as a National Park in the 1950’s by the legendary Norman Car, Kafue is one of the grandest national parks in Africa. Two hours’ drive from Livingstone, it remains mostly unexplored with endless tracts of its first bush still unscathed. Thanks to its size and diversity of habitat types the Kafue holds a remarkable variety of wildlife.
Recently years the Park has seen a well-managed growth in the number of Safaris Camps and Lodges operates around the Park. This new interest has produced more visitors and investment to the area, notably in infrastructure with some roads and airstrips.
As a result of the increasing interest and benefits regarding investment. The wildlife is to enjoy a heightened level of protection by the Zambian Wildlife Authority (ZAWA), always assisted and supported by the operators in and uniting the park.