The Lower Zambezi National Park has avoided overdevelopment, which allows visitors to see animals in the wilderness without dozens of safari jeeps converging on one location. The diversity of mammals isn’t massive, but the ability to get close to those that are here is enhanced thanks to the channels of water running back to the Zambezi. Not all of the national park is accessible, but along the relatively small valley floor you can see large mammals including elephant, buffalo, hippo, zebra and crocodiles.
Victoria Falls is the standout tourist attraction in Zambia, but there are plenty of other exciting attractions in this wonderful country. To find out more about what to see and do in Zambia or to discuss booking your Zambian adventure, contact True Travel and discuss your trip with one of our Africa specialists.