‘The place where the water meets the sky’ the sprawling Bangweulu floodplains seam to stretch forever into the horizon in Zambia’s remote Northern reaches. In the dry season as the flood waters recede, ten’s of thousands of endemic Black Lechwe roam the grassy plains. In the rainy season, the vast plains flood, attracting flocks of migratory birds. A spectacular sight with Pelicans, Storks, Cranes, Herons and over 370 other species of birds gather including the very rare Shoebill Stork, these wetlands are also one of the must visit ‘Birding’ locations in Zambia.
Recommended Camps & Lodges
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Shoebill Island Camp
Shoebill Island Camp offers accommodation in safari tents under thatch roofs. Shoebills often visible from camp.Read more