Lower Zambezi National Park

Downstream from Kariba, the Zambezi joins the Kafue River and enters a wide and spectacular valley which has Zambia’s Lower Zambezi on the northern bank and Mana Pools National Park on the southern bank. The woodland here is dominated by albida trees and during the dry season in September and October they draw in large numbers of elephant bulls which can often be seen standing on their hind legs eating the nutritious seed pods of these trees.Lion, wild dog and hippo are also commonly found.

Its a great area for photography as well as tiger fishing.