Kasanka National Park is one of the smallest Zambian game parks. It was declared a National Park in 1972. It is located near Serenje district in the Central Province of Zambia.
Under private management, Kasanka National Park is managed by the Kasanka Trust, a wildlife charity based in the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.
The Park has numerous species of wildlife which includes impalas, hippos, monkeys, sitatungas, Servals, a variety of fish species and migratory bird species including the straw colored fruit bats migration spectacle.
Wasa Lodge, the main lodge in the Park overlooks Lake Wasa and is closer to the main gate. It offers ensuite chalet accommodation.
With an airstrip nearby, Luombwa is ideal if you are travelling by air. Luombwa is situated on the other side of the Park on the river side with its chalets overlooking the riverfront.
The fruit bats migrate from the forests of central Africa to Kasanka where there’s an abundance of water berries, masukus and mangoes this time of the year. The dry season also offers plenty of wildlife for game enthusiasts.
aha The David Livingstone Safari Lodge And Spa is located within the lush surroundings of the Zambezi River bank and offers five star accommodation.
Livingstone Backpackers is in a good location in town centre, close to all activities in Livingstone, very near to shopping mall, close to the museum, main road, shops and markets…
Kafue River Lodge is located on the north bank of the Kafue River, opposite the Kafue National Park. This area is among Zambia’s best wildlife sanctuaries.