While on a Zambia safari in the Kafue National Park there are many exciting safari activities for visitors to do, including game viewing in an open safari vehicle, taking guided safari walks, or boating trips. Visits to the hot spring or fishing are also popular. Those who feel like relaxing could stay in camp and see what animal’s pop in.
Discover many fascinating animals on morning and evening game drives during your Zambia safari in Kafue National Park. These are conducted in open safari vehicles and allows you to cover large regions of the park. The area is remote so you will almost certainly not bump into other tourists. These drives are led by knowledgeable guides who will help you track animals such as lion, leopard, elephant and buffalo.
Explore the Kafue region while on guided safari walks. These are led by experienced rangers and trackers and are a great opportunity to see the smaller denizens of the region. The walks are of particular interest to birding enthusiasts as they can try and spot some of the many species in the region.
Drift down the Kafue River in a traditional Mokoro canoe on your Zambian safari. This is a great way to silently approach animals, many of which rely on the river for water, so there are sure to be high concentrations of game along its banks. These safaris allow you to get up close to Crocodiles and pass pods of hippo.
The Leopard Lodge offers the same challenge to all keen anglers who stay with them – catch the Big Five – all five Bream species that is. There are many great fishing spots along the Kafue River which flows past the lodge. Many of the lodge staff are keen fishermen and know all the best spots. A boat, tackle and bait can be supplied. Barbel and fresh water Pike are also abundant.