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Kafue National Park

Kafue National Park

Kafue National Park

Kafue National Park, found in the centre of western Zambia

    •    Largest and oldest national park in Zambia, 22,400 kmsq
    •    Second largest park in Africa
    •    Home to over 55 different species of animals
    •    Established as a national park in the 1950’s by Norman Carr
    •    The park is named for the Kafue River which divides the park roughly in half, creating a north and south .  The Kafue River  is a major tributary of the Zambezi
    •    Main vegetation is Miombo Woodland
    •    Southern entrance 2 hours drive from Livingstone

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Zambezi Traveller (Issue 10, Sept 2012)