Ruaha National Park

With an area of 22,000 square kilometers is the largest park in Tanzania.

They live about 12,000 elephants, one of the largest colonies of Tanzania, along with a high density of buffalo, kudu, gazelles, wild dogs, cheetahs and countless birds.

In the Great Ruaha River live many hippos and crocodiles.

Ruaha has a very characteristic topography around the Great Ruaha. An undulating plateau 900m high with rocky outcrops and groups of baobabs.

Compared with parks North receives few visitors, with large areas unexplored, making the park an excellent opportunity to enjoy its wildlife in a more relaxed and unspoiled surroundings.

¿Por qué ir?

  • High density of elephants, hippos and birds
  • Possibility to observe wild dogs
  • Enjoy a park with some charm of virginity and little crowded

When should you go?

  • From June to October to see big mammals
  • From December to April to see birds