Sioma Ngwezi National Park - the third largest of Zambia's parks, is a remarkable expanse of Kalahari woodland spanning 5,276km² / 3,278mi². Its natural splendour and rich wildlife species make it a significant contributor to the economy, attracting tourists from around the globe for guided safaris and game drives. The park's natural resources, including firewood, hunting opportunities, and medicinal plants, offer economic sustenance to local communities.
Recognizing the importance of these resources, the government has established protective measures for sustainable management and usage, ensuring the park's preservation without causing irreversible harm. With a diverse range of wildlife from birds to cheetahs and elephants to lions, the park serves as home to an astonishing array of species.
The park is an educational offering where visitors can closely observe these magnificent creatures and understand their behaviors in their natural habitat. Zambia takes great pride in the unsurpassed beauty of Sioma Ngwezi National Park, a haven for wildlife enthusiasts, and a significant source of economic support for local communities.