Lusaka National Park

Lusaka National Park is located roughly 30 kilometres from Zambia’s capital city and opened to the public in June 2015, making it Zambia’s newest and most accessible park.

There are more than 1 000 species found inside the park, including white rhino, giraffe, eland, hartebeest, zebra, sable, kudu, blue wildebeest, waterbuck, black lechwe, impala, puku, bushbuck, reedbuck, warthog, pangolin, and axis deers.

This small park spans 6 715 hectares or 67.15 square kilometres.

The park offers activities such as camping, walking safaris and bicycle trails.


Take the Leopards Hill road out of town. After the boom, take the first road right  into Chifewema Rd. (signposted) Take the first right again after second speed bump into a large gate.  There’s a signpost a this turn. Then take the next left.  Continue till next sign on left, then onto the gate.

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