They're coming in their millions... Are you ready?
Between October and December each year, about 10 million straw coloured fruit bats descend into a tiny patch of evergreen swamp forest inside Kasanka National Park, Northern Zambia. This natural phenomenon, unique only to Kasanka lends itself to some truly astonishing birdlife sightings set against a backdrop of incredible scenic surrounds and dramatic skies.
Watch the 1 minute preview video below:
The Bat Migration: Facts, Figures & Location
How can you enjoy the bat experience?
"We were overwhelmed, amazed, in awe, humbled and blessed by the experience!"
- Stefney Boshoff, Nov 2016
"A fantastic, once in a lifetime experience. Seeing the fruit bat migration was incredible!"
- Claire O'Grady, Nov 2016
"AMazing!!! Truly spectacular!"
- Doug & Mary Palframan, Nov 2016
Accommodation during the Bat Migration
Choose between Wasa Lodge or the Luwombwa Chalets, both situated in Kasanka National Park.
Your stay at Wasa will allow you to experience the heart of Kasanka. The beautiful chalets overlooking the the lake, the welcoming staff and tranquil surrounds will put you at ease so that you can enjoy the safari of a lifetime.
If you are an intrepid explorer, Luwombwa is the place for you. Situated on the banks of the Luwombwa River, these chalets are tucked away offering a private stay with a focus on adventure and exploration.