Visitors to Kasanka can stay at one of two lodges, or choose a more rustic camping option. Unique safari activities are on offer- from boating and canoeing safaris, to mountain biking, to visiting the tallest tree in Zambia.
Why we like it
This unique park, although small, is a true wonderland for nature and wildlife lovers. It is home to a diversity of life, and is the site of the world's largest mammal migration- the spectacular annual bat migration.
|Park / Reserve Size:||390 square km|
|Reserve Type:||Private Game Reserve|
|Specialist Specie:||Straw-coloured Fruitbat|
Kasanka National Park in Zambia is one of the country’s lesser-known safari gems. This remote wilderness thrives with biodiversity, and is also the site of one of nature’s most awe-inspiring phenomena- the annual bat migration. Millions of straw-coloured fruitbats descend on a tiny patch of forest every November and December. Luwombwa Lodge is located in west of the park, set…
Wasa Lodge overlooks Wasa Lake in the heart of Kasanka National Park in Zambia. Kasanka is a true wildlife and nature gem. Although small, it is home to an abundance of flora and fauna, and serves as a valuable protected area for a number of endangered species. Kasanka is also the site of unique annual bat migration, when 10 million…
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