Why Ruaha National Park?
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Ruaha National Park

Ruaha National Park

Tanzania

What We Love
  1. Tanzania’s biggest national park & least amount of visitors
  2. An off-the-beaten-track wildlife experience
  3. Home to the largest elephant herds in East Africa
  4. See the big cats, wild dog & spotted hyena
  5. A birder’s paradise during Green Season – 570 species
  6. Luxurious camps & superb hospitality

Why Ruaha National Park?

Ruaha National Park is Tanzania’s best-kept secret. Receiving only 1% of Tanzanian visitors, the park delivers one of the most rewarding & authentic wildlife experiences in East Africa.

Experience Ruaha is an ideal choice for adventurous travellers who are looking for an off-the-beaten-track safari holiday, without compromising on luxurious accommodation & excellent hospitality. The only way to reach the park is via small plane transfer.

Home to the largest elephant herds in East Africa as well as all the big cats – lion, leopard & cheetah – the park never disappoints when it comes to game viewing. Other animals such as wild dog, spotted hyena, greater kudu, buffalo, roan & sable antelope, zebra & giraffe can also be seen here.

During the wet, green season – the park transforms into a lush oasis that attracts a staggering amount of 570 bird species.

Ruaha National Park – although wild & remote - is known for its luxurious safari lodges & camps, ensuring guests have a relaxing & comfortable stay.

It is easy to combine a safari to Ruaha with other wildlife highlights in southern Tanzania, such as Nyerere National Park (Selous Game Reserve) or Mahale Mountains National Park where chimpanzee trekking is a highlight.

Activities Activities at Ruaha National Park include open 4x4 game drives, night drives, walking safaris, bird watching, boat safaris, photographic excursions & cultural visits.

When To Travel Ruaha is an excellent year-round destination for game viewing.

Peak game viewing season is when the weather is hot & dry from May to October. During this time animals concentrate along hippo-&-crocodile-filled water sources.

The wet, green season is from November to April when the bush attracts 570 species of bird as well as new life. Peak rainfall is between February & April. During the wet season, rates are at their lowest.

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