Udzungwa Mountains National Park

Udzungwa Mountains National Park was established in 1994 covering a total area of 1,990 km² dominated by tropical rain-forest, mountain forest, miombo woodland, grassland, and steppe between 250–2,600 m.

It provides habitat to wide range of different Wildlife species and some of them include Rufus-winged Sunbird, Udzungwa partridge, sanje crested mangabey, Iringa red colobus, rungwecerbus kipunji, matundu dwarf galago, mountain dwarf galago, reptiles and amphibians, hyrax, squirrel, also big mammals plus more than 400 bird species, 2,500 plant species; many endemics (25% of plant species, 5 primates); second-largest biodiversity in Africa.