Zambezi National Park Guide

Zambezi National Park is a beautiful wilderness area in Zimbabwe, located along the Zambezi River and just upstream from Victoria Falls. Here's a brief guide to help you plan your trip to the park:

    Getting There: The park is located about 25 kilometers upstream from Victoria Falls, and can be accessed by road from the town of Victoria Falls. There are also several lodges and camps within the park that offer transfers from Victoria Falls or Livingstone, Zambia.

    Park Fees: There is an entrance fee to enter the park, which varies depending on whether you are a local resident or a foreign visitor. The park also offers a range of activities, such as game drives and walking safaris, which have additional fees.

    Wildlife: The park is home to a diverse range of wildlife, including elephants, buffalo, lions, leopards, and many species of antelope. There are also over 400 species of birds that can be found in the park.

    Activities: The park offers a range of activities for visitors, including game drives, walking safaris, fishing, and canoeing. Some lodges and camps also offer bush dinners, where guests can dine under the stars in a wilderness setting.

    Accommodation: There are several lodges and camps located within the park, ranging from budget-friendly options to luxury lodges. Many of these lodges offer all-inclusive packages that include meals and activities.

    Best Time to Visit: The dry season (June to October) is the best time to visit the park, as wildlife is more easily spotted near water sources. However, this is also peak tourist season, so be sure to book your accommodations and activities in advance. The wet season (November to May) can be more challenging for game viewing, but the park is lush and green during this time, and there are fewer tourists.
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