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Ruaha National Park

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An African safari in Tanzania’s Ruaha National Park is one of the best-kept secrets of East Africa. Many visitors focus on the highlights of the northern circuit, with the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater. But Ruaha is less crowded, has excellent game viewing and is often combined with the Selous.


Ruaha is renowned for its predator sightings, especially the prides of Lions often seen around the Mwagusi area. Leopards and cheetah are often seen, and it is one of the few parks in East Africa where the endangered African Wild Dogs are often seen. Good sized herds of Buffalo and Elephants are found throughout Ruaha. The park has an interesting terrain which attracts animals more commonly found in southern Africa such as Sable and Roan Antelope and Greater and Lesser Kudu Antelope.


Access: How to get to Ruaha National Park 

Ruaha National Park is very remote and is about 625 km from Dar es Salaam a journey which takes around 9 hours drive. There are daily flights into the region on charter and scheduled flights to the parks two airstrips at Msembe and Jongomero from Arusha, Dodoma, Kigoma and Dar es Salaam.


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