7 Night Kasaka Bat Small Group Safari
Every year at the end of October thousands of “straw coloured fruit bats” congregate in the trees of the Mushitu swamp forest near the confluence of the Musola and Kasanka rivers in Kasanka National Park. The bats come to feed for a short six weeks on the abundance of seasonal fruit including wild loquat and waterberries. By mid-November their numbers reach into the millions.
This safari can be extended to enjoy time in the South Luangwa National Park, the Lower Zambezi or Livingstone - please ask!