Lower Zambezi National Park
- Lower Zambezi National Park
Located opposite the popular Mana Pools Reserve in Zimbabwe, Lower Zambezi National Park is a bit undeveloped but existing with appealing draws to appreciate.
Its diversity of wildlife isn’t wide as that for other parks in the country but it grants tourists a chance to see its animals as they walk in and out of the Zambezi channels.
Adding to the thick riverine fringe which includes ebony and fig trees, this park differs itself unique with a floodplain fringed with mopane forest and interspersed with winter thorn trees and huge acacias.
It covers a total area of 4092 square kilometers and the vegetation in the area is predominated by Acacia albida trees. Most of the animals in this protected area concentrate along the valley floor.
The escarpment along the northern end of Lower Zambezi act as a physical barrier to most of the animal species in this park.