Lavushi Manda National Park
Lavushi Manda National Park is a protected natural resource that sits in the Lukulu and Lulimala river catchment area, covering an area of 1,500 sq. km. The park provides economic value to Zambia as well as a place of great interest for tourists looking for adventure. Safaris are offered throughout the park, with guests able to explore its vast upland area from the comfort of a 4x4 vehicle. The park is managed by The Kasanka Trust, which works to ensure that the local environment is conserved and protected for generations to come. As well as offering safaris, the Trust also works with local communities to help protect precious wildlife and habitats through conservation initiatives. Lavushi Manda National Park is an important asset for Zambia, both economically and environmentally, and its conservation is essential. Tourism brings money into the local economy that can be reinvested into the maintenance of the park, benefiting all those who live nearby. With its unique biodiversity and stunning landscapes, this national park is an ideal destination for those looking to experience the wonders of Zambia's wildlife.