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Kazuma National Park

Kazuma National Park is an adventurous tourist destination in Zimbabwe. It rests at 31,300-hectares of land. You can find the park southwest of the majestic Victoria Falls and northwest of Hwange NP and Kazungula.

The place was initially established to host animals that were being hunted. Birdwatchers love this paradise due to the numerous species found here. These include; crowned cranes, kingfishers, storks, ducks, cormorants, and stilts. Make sure you take a guided trip to discover the hidden gems of the park. Game drive and camping are other popular activities to undertake.

Kazuma hosts oribi, gemsbok, cheetah, giraffe, roan, tsessebe, reedbuck and lion. The pan usually floods during the rainy season. During January and February, the Kazuma Pan National Park is out of operation. The wetness makes the roads impassable.

Animals at Kazuma National Park

There’s a wide variety of options for wildlife enthusiasts in Kazuma National Park. The Zimbabwe Wildlife that you can see here is – Plains Zebras, several species of antelopes, Southern Giraffes, Elephants, Cape Buffaloes, etc.

A rare species of antelope species called ‘oribi’ can also be observed in Kazuma National Park. The park also has predators like Leopards, Lions, and African Wild Dogs. As well as many species of birds like kingfishers, ducks, cormorants, stilts, crowned cranes, etc.

Activities at Kazuma National Park

Camping and Game Drives are the most popular activities in Kazuma National Park. Visitors can go on different kinds of safaris like – Guided game drives, walking safaris, and self-drive safaris.

Highlights of Kazuma National Park

The following are a few highlights of Kazuma National Park:

  • It's located very close to Hwange National Park and Victoria Falls. And a safari here can be combined with those locations.
  • Kazuma National Park is considered a birdwatching paradise. As the pan systems are great habitats for several birds.
  • The pans have water holes and many animals gather there during the dry season.
  • Kazuma National Park is home to the near-threatened species of White Rhinoceros.

Best Time to visit Kazuma National Park

The perfect time to visit Kazuma National Park is in the dry season (from April to October).

Thus, a safari in Kazuma National Park is undoubtedly going to be an enriching excursion.

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