The National parks of southern Tanzania have earned a reputation, the best secret on the African safaris circuit. The remote location limited bed-space and boundless bushes ensure that the safari experience of Tanzania’s southern land, remain the true and unadultrerated variety.
It has an enormous game wealth sheltering elephants, buffalos, the strongest herds of hippos on the continent, crocodiles, wild dogs, lions, leopards, wart pigs, gnus, zebras, Impalas, Elen, antelopes, some gepards, and 350 species of birds have been recorded in this place.
It is nestled between the Uruguru mountains to the East and the Rift Valley escarpments to the Southwest.
As it is close to the Selous ecosystem and therefor part of it, it benefits from the highest game density of the entire conservation area, while it is easily to access.
Although less spectacular regarding Flora and Fauna, the Mikumi national park obtains a good impression of the African animal world and is suitable very well for a short visit.
The Udzungwa Mountain National Park, which is 1990 square kilometers, is the first terrestrial national park in Tanzania.
It is well known for its biologically diverse forest with approximately 20 – 30% out of 200 animals and plant species that grow here not found anywhere in the world. Still it is really beautiful place for hiking.
The undulating topography, glorious river and majestic trees combine to produce one of Africa’s most captivating landscapes. Situated in central Tanzania, the Ruaha National Park is the second biggest park in Tanzania.