Lower Zambezi National Park
Just over an hour away from central Lusaka lies the rugged wilderness of Lower Zambezi National Park, a largely undeveloped area of natural wonder. Lower Zambezi National Park conjoins with several Zimbabwean reserves, presenting visitors with thousands of acres of untouched beauty.
To make it to Lower Zambezi National Park, guests are advised to stay in Lusaka before venturing out. The Radisson Blu Hotel, Lusaka offers travellers 142 tastfully decorated rooms and suites for enjoying their time in Lusaka, putting them close to both national parks and city attractions such as the Zambia National Museum.
Take a walk on the wild side at Lower Zambezi National Park
Covering a massive 4,092 square kilometres, Lower Zambezi National Park offers thrillseekers plenty of ground to cover. A varied landscape helps keeps things interesting, ranging from a tall escarpment in the north to the river valley abounding with exotic animals. Plus, the river itself can be navigated by boat to see the most of its shores.
Most of the animal life can be found in the valley area of Lower Zambezi National Park, where safaris regularly tour. Animals bound to be encountered on such excursions include wild lions and leopards. Herds of elephants can be spotted throughout the plains areas, while many animals - such as buffalo - wade into the waters of the Zambezi to travel between islands.
Much sightseing at Lower Zambezi National Park is done by canoeing or otherwise boating down the river, and guests can also take fishing trips to the area.
Stay in modern comfort while visiting Lower Zambezi National Park
Hotels in Lusaka offer guests the chance to enjoy modern facilities and amiable service before and after venturing out into the wild at Lower Zambezi National Park. Make the choice to stay at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Lusaka to enjoy a full-service fitness centre and outdoor pool throughout your stay.