Kafue National Park

Kafue National Park



/ Person


1 day

Tour Type

Study/History Tour

Group Size

15 People Max



Kafue National Park is the largest national park in Zambia, It is one of the largest parks in Africa and is home to 152 different species of mammals. There are over 500 recorded bird species. Some include Pel’s fishing owlblack-cheeked lovebirdgrey crowned craneAfrican finfootBöhm’s bee-eatersparadise flycatcherssunbirds, numerous kingfisher species and Zambia’s only endemic bird, Chaplin’s barbet. Busanga is one of the few known breeding sites for wattled cranes.  Other carnivores include Selous’s mongoosewhite-tailed mongoosemarsh mongooseAfrican civethoney badgerAfrican clawless otterspotted-necked otterservalcaracal and African wild cat
  • Take a ferry from the V&A Waterfront to Robben Island
  • Guided tour of the island, including a visit to the former prison where Nelson Mandela was held
  • Return to Cape Town in the afternoon and explore the city
  • Visit Table Mountain for sunset views (weather permitting)