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Within reach of the Kasanka National Park are a number of other extraordinary tourism opportunities such as the Bangweulu Wetlands, Shiwa Ng'andu, North and South Luangwa National Parks and Mutinondo Wilderness to create a perfect vacation with a range of rich safari experiences. Charter flights operated by Sky Trails are available between all destinations in Zambia and beyond.
The Trust hosts visitors and volunteers in two safari lodges and two campsites in Kasanka National Park. This is a beautiful wilderness of wildlife, woodland, plains, lakes, rivers and swamps. Wasa Lodge lies on the edge of Lake Wasa in the eastern half of the park just 12 km from the park entrance.
Kasanka Trust operates with minimal expenditure, relying on trustees and volunteers wherever possible. Funds raised are spent directly on conservation and community development. The Trust offers great volunteering opportunities for research, conservation work and education in a real wilderness.
Kasanka National Park is open all year. Book directly with Kasanka at email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org or through Wildman Safaris at email@example.com. A new route for independent travellers interested in traditional culture and nature alike has recently been launched. It covers Kasanka National Park, Bangweulu Wetlands and Northern Zambia.
There are two main areas at Luwombwa. One, an open-sided thatched structure on the banks of the river, is where breakfast and lunch are generally served. A long wooden table, flanked by benches, is laid with an ethnic-print tablecloth and dishes are laid out in a buffet style. There are also a few deck chairs here where you can enjoy the views.
As well as elephant, buffalo and thousands of puku, you'll find Sharp's grysbok, Lichtenstein's hartebeest, sable and the shy roan antelope. Kasanka's predators are shy, but hyena, lion and leopard do occur, along with a host of mongooses, and the rare, slender-snouted crocodile.