Ruaha National Park

Ruaha National ParkRuaha 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 that covers 12,950 sq km and is home to the country’s largest elephant population (estimated up to 10,000). It has a mood of its own a rugged, remote, almost spiritual quality embodied by bulbous silhouettes of ancient baobabs that haunt its semi arid plains and rocky slopes. This vast and magnificent plateau mainly 900 m – 1,100 m high, is also home to kudus, gazelles, ostriches, cheetahs, roan and sable antelopes – while the banks of the Great Ruaha River to the east provide a perfect habitat for crocodiles, hippos and a wide collection of birdlife.

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