Stretching from Lake Victoria in the East to the Rwandan boundary in the West.
Ibanda-Kyerwa National Park, is found on the western part of Tanzania, it was formerly a game reserve.
The history of the park goes back to 1870, when Fredrick Elton, an Explorer visited the area
The lush green vegetation consisting of tall trees of the ground water forest
As accessible as it is, Mikumi is the most appealing Park to a safari. This Park will give a true taste of an African
The Park finds itself in a beautiful setting with both the Pare and Usambara mountains towering above its boundaries.
The forest is also characterized by mountain Bamboo, (Sinarundinaria alpina).
This is the Africa’s Largest National Park! The Park with staggering size of 30,893km2 .
It is an important breeding ground for both migratory bird and fish species especially Tilapia and Nile perch.
These family combines the best of Tanzania from the bush to the white beach of Zanzibar.