Lunga Kafue Zambia
The Lunga river is one of the major tributaries of the Kafue river inside the Kafue National Park.
The catchement area of this river includes some of Africa’s prime wildlife areas.
The vicinity hosts a diverse habitat ranging from open flood plains, interspersed with dense riparian forests bordering the Lunga and Kafue rivers, to open ‘dambo’ meadows amongst patches of forests, and bordered with ‘miombo’ clad rolling hills.
It is a landscape unchanged by man, rich in wildlife and spectacular with nature.
At 22,500 sq. km the Kafue National Park is the second largest national park in Africa. Together with the surrounding game management areas it yields a wilderness size of over 60,000 sq. km. This is almost twice the size of Belgium.
Unspoiled wilderness embodies the Lunga area.