Kafue National Park, located in Western Zambia, is one of the largest and most pristine old parks in the country. Because it is so large of a park, and because it has remained mostly unknown over the years, this park is another example of fantastically preserved African wildlife.
In fact, a large tract of the park’s brush is said to remain untouched to this day. What has been seen of the park offers a fantastic variety of animal species and habitats, simply due to the park’s impressive size. As tourists have become more and more aware of the park, the park is more accessible than ever due to recently implemented airstrips and roads.
Visitors will find themselves confronted with an amazing array of diverse wildlife. Rate antelope that will likely not be spotted anywhere else as well as unique hartebeests and roan, as well as the regal leopard, can all be spotted in the park. Elephants are present in the reserve, as well as elusive cheetahs.
Visitors will not be disappointed by the variety of wildlife presented to them by the impressive park and should be sure to add this to their agenda as an appreciator of wildlife.