In 2013, the United Nations (UN) proclaimed 3 March as World Wildlife Day, to celebrate and raise awareness of the world’s wild animals and plants.
If you are a fauna and flora enthusiast, look no further than Zambia.
The number of good quality parks, with an abundance of diverse wildlife, make Zambia a truly unique destination. The parks in this area, such as the Lower Zambezi South Luangwa and Kafue National Parks, are all ranked amongst some of the finest national parks in the world.
Nestled in the remote Eastern part of Zambia, the Lower Zambezi National Park encompasses everything that World Wildlife Day celebrates – the true essence of untamed wilderness.
Much of the park is covered in thick bush and an unbelievable amount of flora, despite and there being little permanent water in these areas. Going on Safari through these areas feels like an absolute celebration of nature in its purest form.
While you are sure to see many animals, like elephant scratching up against trees, or leopard lazing in shaded canopies, the majority of Zambia’s wilderness are found somewhere else…
It gathers around the Zambezi River, the result being a stunningly beautiful rich landscape.
Zambezi Grande Private Game Experience is surrounded by mesmerising wildlife, from large game animals such as elephant, lion and hippo, to vivid birdlife like African skimmers and southern ground hornbills.
Exploring the terrain, you will encounter a variety of vegetation ranging from forest to open plains, thick bush to palm groves, complimenting the splendour of the mighty Zambezi River that runs adjacent to the park.
Enjoy the flora and fauna found at Zambezi Grande Private Game Experience with twice-daily Game Drives and celebrate the natural wonders which we are blessed to share this beautiful part of Zambia with.