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50 Kilometers north of Kasanka are the vast Bangweulu Wetlands

Just 50 Kilometers to the north of Kasanka are the vast Bangweulu Wetlands that support massive herds of black lechwe, elephant, buffalo and sitatunga. Bangweulu is a great draw for birdwatchers, with wattled crane, spur-winged goose and numerous ducks. The shoebill stork, a massive grey, do-do like bird unique to Bangweulu is often visible from Shoebill Island Camp. This destination makes for a peaceful Zambia safari destination.

Address
Mansa Road, Serenge, Kasanka National Park
Website
http://www.kasanka.com/
Phone
+260 211 224457
Email
park@kasanka.com
50 Kilometers north of Kasanka are the vast Bangweulu Wetlands
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A wildlife charity based in Zambia, the UK and the Netherlands that offers various accommodation options, safaris and tours. Kasanka Trust's income from tourism revenue and charitable funding goes towards conservation work in and around Kasanka National Park. This is Zambia’s first national park management through a public-private partnership with Department of National Parks and Wildlife - a beautiful wilderness of wildlife, woodland, plains, lakes, rivers and swamps that form a valuable protected area for many endangered and vulnerable species. These include the straw coloured fruit bat, puku, sitatunga, elephant, blue monkey, wattled crane, Ross's lourie and narina trogon.