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About Zambezi National Park, Zimbabwe
Zambezi National Park is a national park that lies upstream from Victoria Falls on the Zambezi River in Zimbabwe. The park was split off from Victoria Falls National Park in 1979.
Zambezi National Park is separated into a riverine side and a Chamabonda Vlei side by a road to Kazungula. The northern end of the Park is formed by the great Zambezi River which also serves as the border between Zimbabwe and Zambia. A large portion of Zambezi National Park is within the ecoregion of Zambezian and Mopane woodlands, while a small portion in the south is within the Zambezian Baikiaea woodlands.
Hotels near Zambezi National Park
During your vacation you can get the best Zimbabwe National Parks Lodges online. A number of facilities and hotel accommodations close Zambezi National Park are available to choose from on Jumia Travel.
The Wild Trekkers Lodge, Victoria Fall Safari Lodge, Somalisa Camp and Ilala Lodge are some of the best Zimbabwe National Park Lodges and accommodations close to Zambezi National Park. Shoestrings Backpackers Lodge and Mopani Lodge are some of the more affordable accommodation around Zambezi National Park. You can book now and pay later on most Zambezi National Park hotels.
Flora and Fauna in Zambezi National Park
A large variety of large mammals that may be found in the Zambezi National Park are lion, elephant, leopard and buffalo. Herds of zebra, waterbuck, sable antelope, eland, giraffe, kudu and impala as well as several smaller species of game can be viewed on the park. The Zambezi River serves as home to about 75 species of fish and it is renowned for its bream and fighting tiger fish.
Game Viewing Sections in Zambezi National Park
Zambezi National Park is made up of two main game-viewing sections; the Zambezi River Game Drive which can be accessed through the main gate of the Park and the 25 kilometre Chamabondo Game Drive in the southern part of the Park.
Attractions in Zambezi National Park
The Upper Zambezi Canoe trips are conducted within the park. Tourists can drive through the park to their put in point and then canoe back along the Zambezi River. Several game viewing opportunities are organized within the park namely, the half day and full day game drives and walking safaris. The park is an ideal picnic spot, upstream along the Zambezi River Drive are a number of sites where tourists can fish or have a picnic.