Mweru Wantipa N.P.
This is another large tract (3,134km2) of Zambia that was once a thriving national park. It was renowned for having large elephant and crocodile populations. Now poaching has much reduced these, though reports suggest that some big game still lives here. The lake shores are dense papyrus beds, and claims are even made that sitatunga can still be found here.
The main road from Nchelenge to Kaputa goes straight through the park, on the side of Lake Mweru Wantipa, so look out for animals. If you anticipate camping here, or even exploring, then try to find some local national park scouts (perhaps at Kawambwa or Kaputa) and ask for one of them to accompany you.