Day 1: Pick up from your hotel in Dar es Salaam then transfer to the airport to catch flight to Ruaha National park. Upon pick up from the airstrip with our representative, you will be transferred to your camp or lodge for lunch then in the afternoon have an afternoon game drive. Ruaha National Park is the largest national park in Tanzania. The name of the park is derived from the Great Ruaha River, which flows along its southeastern margin and is the focus for game-viewing. Dinner and Overnight at Camp or Lodge.
Day 2: Today we will have a full day game drive in Ruaha National Park with picnic lunch provided. The park formerly was known for its large elephant population, numbering 34,000 in the Ruaha-Rungwa ecosystem in 2009 but only 15,836 (plus or minus 4,759) in 2015. More than 571 species of birds have been identified in the park. Among the resident species are hornbills. Many migratory birds visit the park. Other noted animals found in this park are cheetah, African leopard, lion (Africa’s second largest population, representing 10 percent of the world population), African wild dog (third largest population in the world), spotted hyena, giraffe, hippopotamus, African buffalo, and sable antelope. The best times to visit for predators and large mammals is during the dry season (May–December) and for birds and flowers, during the wet season (January–April). Dinner and Overnight at Camp or Lodge.
Day 3: We will have a sunrise game drive, breakfast then transfer to the airstrip to catch flight back to Dar es Salaam.
+254 714 329066 Nairobi office Siana Adhiambo/
+255 755 303 340 Tanzania office James Massawe/
+31 615554413 Dutch office Patricia Ouko
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