Tanzania's second largest park is often thought of as the country's best kept secret. At the southern end of the Great Rift Valley, it is one of Africa’s greatest wilderness areas with rolling hills and large, open plains dotted with baobab groves, and bordered in the south by the great Ruaha River.
The park has a huge diversity of fauna and flora that is probably unequalled in East Africa. There are just a handful of camps, and being more remote than some of the other parks, it remains largely unspoilt and un-crowded.
Southern and east African flora and fauna
Quiet safari experience away from the crowds
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