First time on a game drive. Everything is new. Everything is exciting. So much to see. To capture. Our youngest guest Ethan, not even 4 years old, with his siblings and parents had a great time in Mosi-oa-Tunya NP. The national park is only 6600ha but hosts many species of herbivores, including White Rhinos (!), African Buffalo, Plains Zebras, Blue Wildebeest, Southern Giraffe. Except for 2 Spotted Hyenas that arrived recently there are no large predators in the park. In other words Mosi-oa-Tunya NP is heaven for the graseaters. In case you are more of a birder. This national park is part of the Important Birding Area #13 in Zambia. In the national park you find many different habitats from riverian woodland, to open grassland and Miombo and Mopane Woodlands. Along the riverbanks you can find African Finfoot, Malachite and Giant Kingfisher, while Vultures and Marabou circle in the air. Woodpeckers, Barbets, Weavers and Hornbills, not to forget Zambia’s National Bird, the African Fish Eagle.