Situated on the south-western edge of Lake Bangweulu is one of Zambia’s smallest national parks: Kasanka. Run by the Kasanka Trust in partnership with the local community, this is the only privately managed park in Zambia.

Brimming with awe-inspiring rivers, vast lakes, beautiful miombo woodlands, swamp forests, wetlands, dambos, lagoons and meadows, this picturesque park is able to support a unique and wide variety of fauna and flora. One rare species commonly found here is the sitatunga antelope but the park’s biggest wildlife attraction is the annual fruit-bat migration – the largest mammal migration on Earth!

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