Great Expanses of Remote Wilderness

    Zambia was a country that thrived on copper. It now thrives on tourism, copper, mining and agriculture. The main parks are South Luangwa National Park in the north where the Luangwa River cuts through alluvial soils and creates oxbow lakes and lagoons and a wildlife paradise that offers some of Africa's best walking safaris. Then there is the Lower Zambezi National Park on the great Zambezi River opposite Mana Pools (on the Zimbabwean side) where you can game drive and night drive, take walking and canoeing safaris, and enjoy sundowner cruises on the Zambezi River. In the West you have Kafuwe, one of the largest national parks in Africa. It’s a remote place – great game viewing without the crowds on the Basanga plains. Finally you have the town of Livingstone and the World Heritage site of Victoria Falls.

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