Lusaka South National Park


Lusaka National Park is located to the south-east of the city of Lusaka in Zambia. It is Zambia's newest national park, established in 2011 and officially opened in 2015. It is also Zambia's smallest national park at 6,715 hectares. The park was established over an area that was previously forest reserve and is entirely fenced

Useful Facts
Area:1647 km2
As a safari gem hidden in the city - Lusaka National Park still offers a plethora of wildlife such as sable antelope, white rhino, bushbuck, duiker, eland, hartebeest, impala, kudu, black lechwe, puku, spotted deer, waterbuck, zebra and plenty more.
The park offers activities such as camping, walking safaris, bicycle trails, game viewing, boating, photographic safaris, bird watching and picnics.
Getting There
Situated South-east of Lusaka, about 15km southeast of the city central business centre, take the Leopards Hill road out of town, and after the boom, take the first road right into Chifewema Road. Take the first right again after second speed bump into a large gate; this turnoff is signposted. Then take the next left and continue till the next sign on left. Then it's straight on till the gate.
Collective Lusaka South National Park
Active Project
Animal Conservation
Fund Split
Zambian Government 50.00%
DNPW The Department Of National and Wildlife 40.00%
Elephant Orphanage 10.00%
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