Kafue National Park
Kafue National Park is one of the largest parks in the world spanning a diverse 8,650 square miles (22,400 sq km). Kafu has yet to fully develop as a tourist destination giving excursion in the park an adventurous air. The forested southern portions of the park are soaked in the Lunga and Kafue rivers which gives way to the dry Busanga Plains in the north. Visitors are likely to see lions, cheetahs, elephants, Zebras and a host of other wildlife in their natural environment. Besides enjoying the wildlife through safaris, visitors can enjoy abundant birdwatching and fishing. Kafue is a 200 mile drive west of Lusaka but some of the parks interior roads are dilapidated, especially in the rainy season, making transport across only accessible to 4x4s or chartered flights.