Kafue National Park is the biggest and oldest national park in Zambia. The park became a national park (training) in the 1950's. A huge fraction of the national park still remains unexplored, giving easier access to the continued development of wildlife, flora and bird species. Kafue National Park also draws its attraction and unique character from its size and wild game.
All over the national park, the consistent Kafue River flows trailing a well-articulated course and its deviates and widens is areas where rocks seem harder and renders the flowing process impossible to go through them. The park offers a wide range of activities that travellers can take on, some of which include game hunting, bird watching, canoeing, nature walks and fishing.