What you will experience in Katavi

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[li]A true Wilderness.[/li]
[li]An exceptional example of rough natural beauty.[/li]
[li]If you are looking for a feeling of Solitude.[/li]
[li]A good number of diverse bird-life (over 400 species) and wildlife.[/li]
[li]Game drives, guided walking and camping.[/li]

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Information on the Park:

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[li]Established 1974[/li]
[li]Covers 4,500 Sq. Kms. (1,750 sq. miles). It is the third largest National Park in Tanzania.[/li]
[li]East of Lake Tanganyika. Remotely situated.[/li]
[li]820 960 Mtrs on the floor of the Rift Valley and reaching 1,450 Mtr. Western and eastern shoulders of the Park.[/li]
[li]Two well defined seasons – Dry season from June to October; Wet season from November to May.[/li]
[li]Best time to visit is July September.[/li]
[li]Main access is by charter flights from Dar es Salaam and Arusha. Driving by road is long (550 kms / 340 miles from Mbeya or 390 kms / 240 miles from Kigoma).[/li]

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