Covering 1,990 km2 Udzungwa National Park is unarguably a great place to discover during your Tanzania Safari Tours. Offering breathing views of misty mountains, waterfall, forest, and lush vegetation a national park is a great place for nature lovers.
The landscape of the national park varied from grassland to woodland and from rainforest to mountain forest, as well you can find stepper landscapes too.
Udzungwa National Park is an iconic attraction for the climbers. They can explore the Udzungwa; a part of the Eastern Arc mountains. A great place to discover nature, forest, primates, few endemic plants, butterflies, etc.
Travelers can explore a half-day hike to the 170m Sanje Waterfall in Udzungwa too.
Located 65km west to the Mikumi National Park, Udzungwa is connected by roadways. The Udzungwa National park offers the 2nd largest biodiversity of the world.
The national park offers 6 primate species to spot out of the 5 are endemic to the region. Iringa Red colobus and Sanje Crested Mangabey are 2 primates’ species that can’t be spotted at any place on the planet. Due to closeness with Selous and Ruaha the National Park mostly get combined with these two in the itinerary.
The Udzungwa National park offers to spot more than 400 species of birds. Established in 1992, the national park welcomes 7,749 visitors each year.