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Nyerere National Park

Nyerere National Park

The UNESCO World Heritage Site is among the most popular tourist destinations in Tanzania. It is comprised of miombo woodlands, open plains, wetlands, and the Rufiji River and spans over 5 million hectares. Nyerere National Park has more species and greater species diversity than any other miombo woodland area. It is an important habitat for […]

Ruaha National Park

Ruaha National Park

The term “river” in the Hehe language was the inspiration for the naming of Tanzania’s centrally located Ruaha National Park. The Great Ruaha River, after which the park is named, acts as a vital water source for the animals that live there. Ruaha is one of the least visited places in Tanzania, making safaris here […]