Zambian Photographic Safaris can be done in any one of its game Parks. These parks are abundant in wildlife to delight both the expert and the armature photographers.
Are you into wildlife photographing? Then the wildlife rich Zambian Game Parks await you and they won’t let you down!
Whether you are undertaking a Walking Safari, a Birding safari, a Canoeing safari or a Game drive, Zambian Game Parks are worth visiting for a Photographic Safari, because you will get an unmatched Zambian wildlife experience and some mementos to take back with you.
Most lodges are able to offer you a professional wildlife guide who has the necessary photographic skills and knowledge of the area.
Some National Parks with great photographic settings are:
The Kafue National Park has over 500 recorded bird species. The most common are Black-cheeked Lovebird, Pel’s Fishing Owl, Bohm’s Bee-eaters, Sunbirds, Helmetshrikes, Paradise Fly-catchers, pelican, egrets, Kingfisher, Arnot’s Chat’s, Wattled Crane, African Fin-foot, Crowned Crane and Chaplin’s Barbet.
Most game is concentrated along the valley floor near the Zambezi River. The Park is home to a large population of the big game like buffalos, elephants and hippos. Across the Zambezi River is Zimbabwe’s Mana Pools Game Sanctuary.
In comparison to the whole country which is home to more than 740 species of birds, Lochinvar National Park boasts of over 420 bird species in its 428 square kilometers!
The park is located on the southern edge of the Kafue Flats in central Zambia. It extends for 33kms from the Kafue River in the north to low wooded hills in the south.
Chaminuka Lodge offers luxurious accommodation, spectacular views over Lake Chitoka where you can behold the most glorious sunsets of Africa.
Thorntree River Lodge offers excellent game viewing opportunities and adventure activities. The lodge is located inside the Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park.
Kansanshi hotel in Solwezi town is situated in a great location, on 4.5 hectares area. The hotel opened on January 30, 2010, with a ceremony attended by local chiefs and government dignitaries.