Situated in the south-western corner of Zambia is the country’s third largest National Park; the Sioma Ngwezi National Park. This fenceless park stretches across a total surface area of 5 000 square kilometres and is surrounded by a 35 000 square kilometres Game Management Area – making it possible for animals to roam free.

The park is home to more than 3 000 elephants and several endangered species like roan, sable, wild dog and cheetah. Among the common species you will find puku, impala, zebra, giraffe, kudu and so much more. Predators like lion, hyena and leopard also feature within the park. Avid birders can also have a field-day with more than 300 bird species to spot, including the secretary bird, African fish eagle, red-billed teal, yellow wagtail and the list goes on.

With no permanent facilities or roads within the park, limited accommodation options in and around the park are available to you, but with comfortable lodges or adventurous campsites, there is something to suite every palate.

Please note that “Rates From” could be fully inclusive (may include activities such as game drives and walking trails for example) on some listings and not on others. Contact the establishment you are interested in for specific rates.