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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Ruaha National Park Flanking the Tsavo West National Park of Kenya the Mkomazi National Park is set beneath the slants of the antiquated Eastern Arc Mountain scopes of Usambara and Pare. As of late gained the status of a completely gazetted National Park Mkomazi covers a zone of 3245 square kilometres and is arranged around 112 kilometres from the Foot slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro town of Moshi.

The parks name Mkomazi is a Pare clan word for a scoop of water and the park is currently an essential wildlife are in spite of its little size, on account of the preservation endeavours that have seen the presentation of the two most jeopardized species; the Black Rhino and the African Wild mutts.

Different animals that effectively relocate from and to Tsavo National Park of Kenya incorporates; the periphery eared Oryx, the since a long time ago necked gerenuk, the lesser kudu, giraffe, hartebeest, eland, zebra, elephant, and wild oxen.

Mkomazi has likewise quick turned into a birders asylum with 450 types of flying creatures having been spotted, among them the cobalt chested vulturine guinea fowl, yellow throated goad fowl , other substantial ground flying creatures, for example, ostriches, secretary winged animal, kori bustards, ground hornbill and some other transitory flying creatures including the Eurasian rollers.

Best time to visit

Ruaha National Park is open for voyagers lasting through the year. The center and end of the dry season, i.e., June to October are best for diversion seeing as the animals gather around the Ruaha River, which makes spotting of animals less demanding.

What to see?

The biggest national park of Tanzania, Ruaha offers an amazing wildlife seeing chance. Ruaha is known for its extensive predator’s populace primarily, the King of the Jungle. It is home to 10% of the rest of the lions on the planet. You can without much of a stretch detect the imperiled wild pooches and various gazelle species. Elephants, giraffes, zebras, impalas, wildebeests and bison are additionally found in bounty in the park.

How to get there?

The most straightforward approach to reach Ruaha National Park is by charter flights. Be that as it may, you can likewise achieve the park by street, which is somewhat tiring.

Roadways: Iringa is the closest city to the park and is two hours carport from the city. Be that as it may, it is around 10 hours head out from Dar Es Salaam.

Airways: You can take charter flights to the park’s airstrips from Julius Nyerere International Airport or Kilimanjaro International Airport.

Activities

You can do an array of activities at Ruaha National Park, such as:

  • Game drive
  • Walking safari
  • Aerial safari
  • Cycling safari
  • Cultural tour
  • Bird watching

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