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Saadani National Park, Tanzania’s first coastal wildlife sanctuary is located on the Indian Ocean coast some 45 km north of Bagamoyo and directly west of Zanzibar. The park contains many indigenous species including Liechtenstein’s hartebeest and the rare Roosevelt sable. A population of elephant lives...

The Rubondo Island National Park provides a variety of habitats ranging from savannah to open woodland, dense forest, papyrus swamps and sandy beaches....

Kitulo National Park:In additional to the parks of the northern, southern and western circuits Tanzania has three other national parks to explore. Kitulo...

Mahale Mountains National Park is Lovely National park that could be described as a tropical beach nirvana scenically; Mahale might have been transplanted...

Katavi National Park is recently extended southward to cover some 4500 sq km the main features of Tanzania’s third largest park, located about 40 km...

A mountain strip that borders the shores of Lake Tanganyika, about 16 km from Kigoma, Tanzania’s smallest park covers just 52 sq km.  Reached only by...

Western Circuit Tanzania Attractions With no longer the rumble of caravan trains nor the journeys and intensity of European missions, Western Tanzania’s...

Udzungwa Mountains national Park is cover an area of about 2,000 sq km, It lies in Iringa and Morogoro regions of south central Tanzania where it is bordered...

Ruaha National Park: If its elephant’s you‘re looking for visit Ruaha, Ruaha Tanzania’s second largest National park is at the centre of an ecosystem...

Set between the Uluguru Mountains to the north and the Lumango mountains to the south-east and within and a short flight from Dar es Salaam, Mikumi offers...