The Lower Zambezi Valley has a fantastic reputation for its concentrations of big game, so much so that part of it has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Elephant and buffalo are abundant and there are also good populations of lions while the river is home of crocodiles and hippos. The Zambezi River marks the southern boundary with Mozambique. Across the water the area is also protected under the Mana Pools National Park, making for a very large contiguous wildlife habitat.
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