Lusaka National Park, located 30 km southeast of Lusaka, is a popular destination for walking and wildlife viewing. There are more than 1 000 species found inside the park, including white rhino, giraffe, eland, hartebeest, zebra, sable, kudu, blue wildebeest, waterbuck, black lechwe, impala, puku, bushbuck, reedbuck, warthog, pangolin, and axis deers.
The park offers bicycle trails that can also be used for running. However, things aren’t that well-marked, and there is not a visitor centre. You’re sort of on your own. There are some nice green area, and some of the trails can be a bit rugged.
Note: small entry fee required.
- We've mapped the 7 km one-way along Independence Ave. between the Kafue Roundabout and Woodlands Mall to use as an anchor
- 46m (153 feet) along Independence Ave. (one-way)
- Parking area
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