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Lavushi Manda National Park

Lavushi Manda is a picturesque park with rolling hills, rich riparian forest and beautiful rocky outcrops, with vast stretches of pristine hill miombo woodlands, large dambo wet grasslands, and a gallery of forests along the headwaters of the Lukulu and Lulimala rivers.

The park covers a large part of the Lukulu and Lulimala river catchments area immediately above the ecologically most productive part of the Bangweulu floodplains,  and is of significant importance for African serves as an upland wildlife refuge for ungulates of the Bangweulu in the wet season such as the Roan, Sable and Hartebeest. 

Although largely depleted, there is still an excellent variety of large mammals present in small numbers, including Lion and Leopard. Possibly the last observation of a wild Black Rhinoceros in Zambia was made suggesting the park is highly suitable for reintroduction of the species.