Highlights and main attractions of Lower Zambezi National Park
In regards to accommodation, you have a number of choices in and around Livingstone with some of our favourites being the lovely Tongabezi, Sussi and Chuma or the Islands of Siankaba. Being Zambia’s newest National Park, the Lower Zambezi remains relatively undeveloped, its beauty found in its wild state and wilderness demeanour. Its 4,092 square kilometre area shares a part of the Lower Zambezi Valley, a huge rift in the crust of the earth, renowned for its game. The Zambezi River flows through here, with Lower Zambezi National Park on the north-western bank and Mana Pools National Park, Zimbabwe, directly opposite.
Wildlife can roam between Mana Pools National Park and Lower Zambezi National Park freely, grazing on its islands.