Kazuma Pan National Park
Certainly the most conspicuous animals in the park are the herds of elephant and buffalo, but with a bit of luck white rhino, lions and leopards can also be encountered. You will also find giraffe and a large number of antelope species. The little Oribi antelope is endemic to this area and extremely rare in the rest of the country, thus you should look out for it. With a lot of luck, wild dogs and cheetah can also be observed in Kazuma Pan as this is an ideal hunting terrain for them.
Many species of birds can be found in Kazuma Pan. When there is enough water in the pans after a good rainy season, there may even be a large number of waterbird species that you can “tick” on your list!
Only two groups of visitors can stay in the park at any given time as there are only two designated camp sites. Visitors must be entirely self-sufficient, only water is available here.