Parc National de Kafue

Le Parc National de Kafue se trouve au centre de la Zambie. Il s'agit du plus grand et plus ancien des parcs nationaux de Zambie.  Il s'étend sur plus de 22 000 km².
Kafue est devenu parc national en 1950, par Norman Carr. C'est l'un des parcs les plus étendus d'Afrique. 
Sa situation est assez facile d'accès, à deux heures de voiture seulement de Livingstone. C'est une destination idéale pour les explorateurs en quête de bush vierge et intact.
Despite its size and prominent location only two hours drive from Livingstone, it remains little-known and largely unexplored with vast tracts of its virgin bush still untouched. Thanks to its size and variety of habitat types the Kafue holds a fantastic diversity of wildlife .In recent years the Park has seen a well-managed growth in the number of Safari Camps and Lodges that operate in and around the Park. This new interest has brought with it more visitors and investment to the area, notably in infrastructure with a number of well-graded roads and airstrips.As a consequence of the increasing interest and benefits in terms of investment this brings, the wildlife is beginning to enjoy an increased level of protection by the Zambian Wildlife Authority (ZAWA), always aided and supported by the operators in and adjoining the park.