National Park

A blue and orange reptile is standing on a rock at the Ruaha National Park in Tanzania, Africa.

The Ruaha National Park is the largest in Africa, and the wildlife cycle of the park is obvious to observe.

Covering an area of more than 20,000 square kilometers, this national park’s name is after the river that encircles its boundary, the great Ruaha River. The game viewing is excellent around the park, and you can find all kinds of animal species. If you are looking for the perfect game-viewing experience, there are hiding places and cabins in the trees throughout the park’s watering zone.

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As a result of the water zones during the dry season, many animals, both prey and predators, encounter each other. You can find species from gazelles, zebras, impalas, giraffes, and greater kudu to lions, hyenas, Black-backed jackals and cheetahs. Bird watching is also an enjoyable experience, from more than 570 species that fly around the park, such as raptors, bee-eaters and hornbills.


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Latitude: -7.5

Longitude: 35



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