Mikumi National park covers 3,230 km² and the 4th largest national park in the country. Sharing a border with Selous Game Reserve, the national park creates a unique ecosystem. While going to Mikumi, you will get to drive through scenic views with hills shadowing on the side of the road.
You can spot some animals even before you enter the national park on the way nearer to the national park. Just think about driving past by a group of baboons or some antelopes just run beside your vehicle.
The national park is one of the earliest national parks in the country. Zebras are the most sighted animals in Mikumi. You can find 100s of them in the national park. Besides zebras, you will find various other animals that adds great ingredient for a perfect savannah safari experience. Apart from this, you will meet large herds of wildebeest, buffalo, and impalas.
You will admire the giraffes; they are one of the graceful animals to meet in the bush of Tanzania. There are so many of them in Mikumi. They mostly move in large family groups. The park also offers great birdlife.
You will fall in love with the warthog’s families moving in the wild. They are considered as the wired looking animals yet adorable to watch in activities. Mikumi is also a great spot to meet some lions after Serengeti
An area of 137 sq km, at 1500 metres above sea level up to 4500 metres at the summit of Mr. Meru
Northeast of the country, east of the Ngorongoro Crater, near the town of Arusha National Park
Not far from the border with Kenya.
This park lies between the peaks of Mt. Kilimanjaro and Mt. Meru.
21 km from Arusha town
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