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Explore the Wondering Nature

It is the second largest National Park, covering an area of 20,226 sq. km and located in south-central Tanzania. During the dry season, when game viewing is at its best, animals are drawn to the Great Ruaha River and other water sources.

The name Ruaha was derived from the hehe word called ”Luhava” meaning the great river.

The great Ruaha River


Not only does Ruaha enjoy abundant wildlife, but the magnificent and constantly changing landscapes add a magical touch to the whole experience. Baobabs dot the rocky hillsides, the cool green shade along the River, and the open grassy plains, all make a wonderful and exciting trip.

Getting there:

The park is accessible by road and air.

Road. From Iringa town, it is 108km to the main gate (Y-Junction), 625 km from Dar es Salaam and 480 km from Mbeya City.

Air. Daily flights from Dar es Salaam and Arusha are the easiest way to Ruaha. Airstrips are located at Msembe and Jongomero. Coastal Aviation, Auric Air, and Safari Link all have scheduled flights to Ruaha.


Ruaha National Park enjoys only one rainy season, usually from the end of November to May with annual average rainfall ranging from 500 to 800mm. The park is located at an altitude between 750 and 1868 meters.


Various activities are available in the park, such as day and night game drive, walking safari, cultural tourism, bush meal, bird watching, star gazing, balloon safari, and picnicking.

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