Lying to the south side of the Kafue Flats in Zambia’s south, Lochnivar national park is divided into three district zones, the northern floodplain, the central grassland and the southern woodland. On the flood plain, lechwe graze in their thousands. There are more than 30,000 of these antelope in Lochnivar. The central grassland is grazed by buffalo, zebra, wildebeest and oribi while the woodlands to the south are inhabited by kudu, bushbuck, baboon and bush pig. Despite its comparatively small size – covering just 410 square kilometres – Lochinvar is one of Africa’s finest bird sanctuaries hosting over 420 species.