Wild Safari Experiences in Ruaha, Tanzania
Ruaha National Park is the largest national park in Tanzania. It is a remote sanctuary that boasts spectacular game and undisturbed wilderness. It is least visited, thus suitable for people looking for an intimate and private expedition. It is part of an extensive ecosystem of their parks including Usangu and Rungwa.
The park is named after the Great Ruaha River which provides
the wildlife and birds a much needed lifeline.
Getting to Ruaha
When to Visit: Although Ruaha is accessible all year round, most visitors arrive during the dry months; June to October when wildlife congregates around water sources.
Getting there: Ruaha can be accessed via road or air, Dar es Salaam acting as the base. Flight time from Dar es Salaam to Ruaha takes approximately 2 1/2 hours.
There’s Wildlife of Plenty
Guided Game Drives in the Wild
Guided game drives are an exciting experience. If you would like to maximise your game-viewing time, take a delicious packed breakfast or lunch picnic with you to enjoy in the shade of a tree. In the evening, sip a cold gin & tonic in the heart of the bush as the sun sinks below the horizon. You can also opt for Night drives.
When the sun descends, the elusive night animals, from big cats to smaller mammals, come out to play. Explore the secrets of these shy creatures on a night game drive.
Refreshing Walking Safaris
Where To Stay: Jabali Ridge
Bernd Schwambach, Tel. 02241-1462779