Ruaha National Park

Ruaha National park which is one of popular Tanzania’s Parks to visited was established in 1910 and later gazetted in 1964. It covers a total Area of  20,226 km² including miombo woodland, savanna at 750–1,830m.

Ruaha National Park is a major habitat for different Wildlife species in Tanzania including Elephants, horn-bill, kingfisher, Sunbird, white stork, African wild dog, sable antelope, greater kudu, crested barbet, yellow-collared lovebird up to more than 400 bird species, and high diversity of antelopes.