Zambia Safari Parks
Regions to visit in Zambia
Zambia is a diverse country filled with wild adventures and unique safari experiences. The family accommodation options linked to Jumbari offer a range of activities to keep you and your children entertained, while maintaining that relaxing vacation feel. Swing through the gorges engulfing Victoria Falls, sail down the Zambezi into the majestic sunset, or safari on foot through the vast African plains.
South Luangwa National Park
Located in the northwest region of Zimbabwe lies the country’s largest game park, Hwange National Park. The park is known for its large population of elephant, as well as the rare African wild dog. Safari-goers can explore a variety of landscapes, from savanna grasslands and rocky outcrops to woodlands and sparse deserts. The park is easily accessible from Victoria Falls and prides itself on its lack of crowds.
Liuwa Plains National Park
Located on the border of Zimbabwe and Zambia, Victoria Falls National Park draws large crowds who travel to see one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, Victoria Falls. Surrounded by lush rain forests, Victoria Falls is the third most visited waterfall in the world and stretches over 1700 meters wide. Known as the ‘Smoke that Thunders’, the area surrounding the Falls is home to a wide variety of birds and small wildlife.
Lower Zambezi National Park
Covering a large stretch of wilderness along the northeastern bank of the Zambezi River, Lower Zambezi National Park is one of Africa’s finest wildlife areas. The park is adjacent to Zimbabwe’s Mana Pools Reserve and is home to enormous herds of elephant that meander along the riverbank, as well as leopard, buffalo and lion. Lower Zambezi National Park is a year-round destination and most camps offer a variety of water safaris alongside the traditional game drive and walking safari.