Livingstone is less than 10 miles from beautiful Victoria Falls and is a delightful old colonial town named after the explorer David Livingstone. As Zambian tourism increases, more people are staying in Livingstone and new enterprises seem to be springing up. There are also many lovely lodges on the banks of the Zambezi.
One of the greatest wildlife sanctuaries lies in South Luangwa National Park with all year round access to open game viewing, walking safaris, and night game drives. This park was founded in 1938 and became a wildlife sanctuary in 1972. 60 different species of mammal species and 400 different species of birds roam freely in the vast desert. Exotic vegetation and wildflowers adds discovery to this sanctuary.
Zambia’s most picturesque park lies on the north bank of the Zambezi River. The Lower Zambezi National Park was declared a national park in 1983 protecting its wildlife from mass tourism and private game. It now stands as a world heritage site and although remote, the park has fashioned to restore and maintain its pristine wilderness while protecting its most exotic animals.
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