Nsumbu National Park covers an area of 2000 square kilometers which includes part of the shores of Lake Tanganyika.
The Park has a wide range of wild animals. The most common are: bushbuck, warthog, puku, roan, sable, eland, hartebeest, zebra, duiker, crocodiles, antelope, sitatunga, hyena, side-striped jackal, serval, impala, waterbuck and reedbuck.
Nsumbu National Park is also home to big game like buffalos, elephants and hippos. Sightings of leopard and lion are not rare.
Most areas of the park are accessible during the dry season. The dry season is best for game viewing because this is the time when wildlife congregates along the shores of the lake for water.
Fancy yourself an angler? November to April (during the rainy season) is the ideal time to visit Nsumbu National Park for fishing. Nsumbu is a renowned fishing destination along the shores of Lake Tanganyika.
Fish species most common are lake salmon, yellow belly, golden perch, catfish, Nile perch and tiger fish.
Lake Tanganyika is located in the northern province of Zambia and it’s shared by Burundi, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Tanzania and Zambia. But only 7 percent of its surface area is within Zambia. Lake Tanganyika is home to more than 350 different species of fish.
There are a lot of lodges along or near the shores of Lake Tanganyika from where Nsumbu Park is readily accessible. Some of these are:
Offers the following accommodation alternatives; 3 chalets near the beach with a lake view and 3 rondavels on the other side with no beach but they are just a few minutes away from the beach. Hot and cold showers are available in chalets. Camping facilities are also available. Isanga Bay Lodge and the Lake Tanganyika offer attractive range of activities to the visitor.
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