Zambezi National Park is located in Zimbabwe, on the Zambezi River, upstream from the famous Victoria Falls. Before 1979, it used to be part of the Victoria Falls National Park. The park is home to a large variety of large mammals, such as the African elephant, the leopard, lion, or the Cape buffalo, and also over 400 species of birds. The Zambezi river plays host to over 75 species of fish and is famous for its tiger fish. So, if all this sounds interesting, book a safari in Zambezi National Park and have the time of your life!
The unique ecosystems along Africa’s great rivers are home to a staggering array of wildlife, impressive ancient cities, and temples, as well as fascinating tribes and cultures that flourished on their banks.
The canoe is gliding silently on the Amazon high waters. In the distance, you can hear the roar of a howler monkey.
A spec of black amidst the green foliage. It is stirring! Your guide points up in the tree where a gorilla is minding its own business as if they aren’t even bothered by the humans.