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Kafue River, 1001, Zambia (-14.38410 27.16637)
The Kafue River rises at an elevation of 1350 m on the relatively flat plateau just south the border between Zambia and the Democratic Republic of the Congo 120 km north-west of Chingola in the Copperbelt Province. The source of the Kafue River is in the North-western Province of Zambia. The area is Miombo woodland on the Congo-Zambezi watershed, with many branching dambos lying 10 to 20 m lower than the highest ground, producing a very gently undulating topography. The river starts as a trickle from the marshy dambos (the Munyanshi Swamp is a tributary) and with little slope to speed up river flow, it meanders south-eastwards sluggishly and within 50 km has the character of a mature river. The area receives about 1200 mm of rain in the rainy season, and the river's channel soon reaches 100 m wide with a floodplain of fluvial dambos 1–2 km wide.
Zambezi Escarpment, Road to Lower Zambezi National Park, Lusaka, Lusaka Province, 10101, Zambia (-15.72386 29.22432)
Coordinates: -15.76714 29.02343 -15.64418 29.37712 - Minimum elevation: 351 m - Maximum elevation: 1,411 m - Average elevation: 754 m
Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park, Sichango Drive, Livingstone, Southern Province, Zambia (-17.88483 25.85062)
Coordinates: -17.95750 25.73799 -17.81213 25.88338 - Minimum elevation: 791 m - Maximum elevation: 1,047 m - Average elevation: 939 m