One of largest and least visited refuges, this wild area in central Tanzania and is home to East Africa’s largest population of Elephants. Over 8,000 roam free here.
Ruaha National Park is Tanzania’s second largest and covers over 8,000 sq. miles. This vast wilderness is rich in wildlife including Greater and Lesser Kudu, Roan and Sable Antelope, huge herds of Elephant and Buffalo and an abundance of bird life. Over 465 birds species have been sighted within the Park. The Ruaha River is home to large numbers of Hippo and crocodile. Due to the vastness of the park, and few permanent lodges, we suggest mobile camping safaris that offers you a personal paradise in this remote natural area.

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