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Lower Zambezi Park

The Lower Zambezi National Park, a 4,000-square kilometer wildlife haven, is a relatively new national park and was given its official title in 1983. The park’s majestic scenery provides a memorable experience for all visitors taking a trip to Zambia and offers an exceptional platform for game viewing and Zambia safari tours.

Close to Mana Pools National Park, a World Heritage Site across the frontier in Zimbabwe, the Lower Zambezi National Park has the added advantage of the Rift Valley wall, the Escarpment, and the plateau, which combine to create magnificent views.

The Zambezi Escarpment rests along the northern boundary towers above the Zambezi Valley and forms part of the southern limit of the Great East African Rift Valley, a region celebrated for its picturesque landscape and bustling wildlife.