Zambezi National Park

Zambezi National Park together with Victoria Falls National Park cover an area of 56,000 hectares. The northern border of the Park is formed by the great Zambezi River which also forms the border between Zimbabwe and Zambia for much of its length.

A wide variety of larger mammals may be found within the Zambezi National Park including elephant, lion, buffalo and leopard. In addition, herds of sable antelope, eland, zebra, giraffe, kudu, waterbuck and impala as well as many of the smaller species of game can be viewed.

The Zambezi River is home to over is 75 species of fish and is famous for its bream and fighting tiger fish. You can read more about fishing on the Zambezi here.

Zambezi National Park like Chobe National Park offers game viewing through the road networks as well as along the upper Zambezi Channels. The popular activities in Zambezi National Park are Zambezi Sunset Cruises, Dinner Cruises, Upper Zambezi Canoe Safaris and Game Drive. The Zambezi horsetrail tours are also done along the banks of the Zambezi river affording close view of wildlife in Zambezi National Park