Potato Bush Camp is shaded by a variety of trees, including Mahogany, Sausage and Winter Thorn trees. The Zambezi River provides additional refreshment from the heat, which can be seen in the large numbers of wildlife that approach the water.
The Lower Zambezi National Park is a raw hub of wildlife activity in Zambia. As one of the less commercialized African wildlife sanctuaries, the park offers authentic game viewing, uninterrupted by masses of safari-goers. Surrounded by other Game Management Areas (GMA), namely Chiawa GMA and Rufunsa GMA, and bordered by the Zambezi River, the park is encircled by untouched wilderness.
Most of the wildlife in the park can be found roaming along the valley floor, with common sightings of elephant, buffalo, waterbuck, lion and leopard being encountered. Bird enthusiasts will enjoy the search for the fish eagle whose cry can sometimes be heard during game viewing excursions.