Liuwa Plain is more than just a national park in Zambia’s Western Province. It’s a haven for mammals big and small, a paradise for birders and an unforgettable destination for self-drivers. By Johann Groenewald
Many overlanders overlook Zambia’s Lower Zambezi National Park. Having driven the long way round, Romi Boom says it’s as beautiful as Mana Pools on the other side of the river – and a lot more laid-back.
If you are looking for a taste of wild Africa with little Western human interference, an abundance of animals and birds, beautiful sunsets and masses of water, the western part of the Zambezi region of Namibia is the place to go. The Zambezi was known as the Caprivi until 2013 and stretches out like an arm and protecting hand over Botswana. Lying in the far north-east of Namibia, the Caprivi region stretches out between Angola, Zambia and Botswana and touches Zimbabwe at the confluence of the Chobe and Zambezi Rivers. Continue reading The Caprivi (Zambezi region) is still wild