Ruaha National Park is one of Tanzania's best-kept secrets. With a minimum of camps within the park, safaris are unhurried and often you may encounter no other humans on safari - just how it should be! Known for its huge elephant population and large prides of lion, be sure to bring your camera.
Ruaha National Park is known for its diverse habitats, where Zambian miombo meets Tanzanian/Kenyan savannah. With this diversity comes a wealth of game and birdlife. There are a number of camps, both within the park and around it. These range from basic camps to high-end luxury camps to mobile or fly camps. Many are located in spectaular positions in the park, offering beautiful views across the savannah, or over the river beds, where the animals come to drink and bathe. Ruaha is seasonal, so speak to our consultants for advice on the best time to go.
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Ruaha River Lodge is spectacularly situated overlooking the Ruaha River, one of the lifeblood drinking sources for the abundant game, especially during the dry season. Ruaha National Park, known for its prolific elephant population and large prides of lion, offers visitors incredible scenery and the safari experience of a lifetime.
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Welcome to untamed Africa! Tanzania's Southern Circuit has all the remoteness you could ask for. It's an uncrowded, unspoilt and unhurried safari experience that you'll be hard-pressed to experience elsewhere. Enjoy the top destinations of Ruaha, Katavi and Selous before rounding the trip off with 5 days at an exclusive tropical island paradise.