The spectacular Lower Zambezi National Park spans 4 092 square kilometres (1 580 square miles) of pristine wilderness. It is situated adjacent to Zimbabwe’s Mana Pools Reserve, creating a giant expanse of protected wilderness, and boasts breathtaking vistas of the Zambezi River, as well as lush riverine surrounds.
It is not uncommon to see enormous herds of elephant along the riverbanks, as well as leopard, buffalo and lion. The park offers a wonderful collection of habitats, which are home to a superb diversity of animals.
Unlike the Luangwa, the Zambezi is navigable year-round, so most camps offer a full variety of water activities alongside their standard walking and driving options.