The magnificent South Luangwa National Park nestles in the eastern part of Zambia in the Luangwa River valley. Known for its abundant wildlife, the river is often crowded with hippos whilst the woodland savannah makes a perfect habitat for hundreds of bird species.
The Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage site which features the 'The Smoke Which Thunders', also known as the Victoria Falls on the Zambezi River.
The Liuwa Plain National Park is located in Zambia's Western Province. Game viewing is very rewarding in Liuwa which is home to many mammals, including buffalo, eland, tsessebe, as well as migrating blue wildebeest. Liuwa's wildebeest migration is the second-largest on the African continent.
The Lower Zambezi National Park is situated in southern Zambia bordering Zimbabwe. An abundance of wildlife can be found here such as buffalo, fish eagles and herds of elephants.