Information on the Park:

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[li]Established 1964[/li]
[li]20,226 Square Km (7,809 Sq. Miles)[/li]
[li]Ranges from 1,000 to 1,500 meters above sea level[/li]
[li]Two defined seasons, dry season between May October and Wet season from November to April.[/li]
[li]Access to Ruaha is either by Scheduled or Charter flight from major airports in Tanzania; or by road from Dar es Salaam (625 kms).[/li]
[li]Best season for visiting is July to October.[/li]

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What to experience in Ruaha National Park

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[li]Striking Natural beauty palm fringed river valleys, savannahs dotted with baobabs, rugged rocky outcrops[/li]
[li]Home of large herd of elephants and buffalos. Other animals include kudus, gazelles, sable antelope, eland, lions, cheetahs, leopards, hippos etc.[/li]
[li]Greater Kudu species are easy to spot here than in most other Parks.[/li]
[li]One of the most significant refuges of Wild dog.[/li]
[li]For bird lovers, has over 400 species of birds.[/li]
[li]Best time to see predators and large mammals is during the dry season.[/li]
[li]Closeness to nature due to good trekking facilities. Hiking is with a Guide.[/li]
[li]Game drives, Walking and Hiking Safaris[/li]

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