Situated in the centre of the country, the second largest National Park is bordered by Ruaha River and offers spectacular viewpoints. From July to December the wildlife is concentrated on the banks of the river and around the water holes.

You will see herds of elephants, giraffes ,pride of lions and Greater Kudus without moving from the banks. The setting is exceptionally well preserved.

Best Time: From July to February.
How to Get There: From Dar es Salaam 8 hours drive or 0130h charter flight.
To Do: Walking safari with a ranger and a 4 wheel drive safaris.

Do Not Miss: A relaxing afternoon watching wildlife through binoculars on the banks of the river. Near Iringa, a stop in Prehistoric Isimila where you will find impressive natural red earth pillars eroded by the centuries.

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