Lochinvar National Park lies between Lusaka and Livingstone, and is home to some 30,000 Kafue lechwe and Zambia’s only endemic bird – Chaplin’s barbet.
It also contains some 2,000 blue wildebeest, 700 Burchell’s zebra, greater kudu, bushbuck, oribi, reedbuck, common waterbuck, hippo and side-striped jackal. You can explore the wetland with its endless vistas on foot, by vehicle and, at certain times of year, boat.
- Ideal for viewing: blue wildebeest, Chaplin’s barbet, common waterbuck, Kafue lechwe, oribi
- Where: Southern Province, Zambia