Within the park are two National Monument sites: Sebanzi Hill iron-age village site which has dramatic views over the
surrounding flats and thick bushland, and the sulphurous Gwisho Hot Springs whose saline deposits attract animals who delight in licking the salt.
Lochinvar is a tranquil hideaway far from the main safari circuits, offering peace and beauty together with ever-changing waterscapes.
Local villagers are also part of the eco system and support themselves by fishing from mokoro dug-out canoes.
The glinting waterways attract an incredible number of birds and masses of antelopes on the Kafue floodplains, including about 2,000 blue wildebeest and the last stronghold of approximately 30,000 graceful, aquatic Kafue lechwe.
Big game is restricted to hippo and buffalo and predators include leopard and spotted hyena. With over 400 species of birds there are always plenty to see.