The Chiawa Conservancy is a lush area of Zambia filled with all the magnificent mammals for which Africa is famous. It will be perfect if you are looking for a remote and exciting safari adventure that includes fantastic experiences on the Zambezi River.
The Chiawa Conservancy in Zambia is found in the Lusaka region of the country, which includes the Lower Zambezi National Park, one of the most spectacular and remote wildlife parks in Zambia. Due to the fact that the park was kept private for the exclusive use of the Zambia president for many years, it has been well protected from the effects of tourism and is therefore one of the few remaining pristine areas of wilderness in Africa. It’s large, covering approximately 56,000 hectares, and includes part of the Zambezi River, which forms the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe.