The acentric Kafue national park is Zambia’s largest and oldest national park Spanning an area of 22400km. The park attained its national park status (formation) in the 1950s. A huge fraction of the national park still remains uncharted thereby giving more access to the continuous development of the rich wildlife, plant and bird species. Kafue national park also derives its attraction and uniqueness from its size and the wild game that is holds.
All over the national park, the consistent Kafue River flows trailing a well-articulated course and its deviates and widens is areas where rocks seem harder and renders the flowing process impossible to go through them. the park has a wide array of activities that travelers can embark on, some of which include game drives, birding, canoeing, nature walks and fishing.
The best time to visit Kafue is June to September when it is warm and dry. It gets very hot in October and November, then rains from November to April, when many camps are closed as the roads are impassable. The best time to visit North Luangwa is during the dry season from June to November.