Ikuka Safari Camp | Ruaha
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Known for its diverse landscapes of savannah, mighty baobab trees, miombo, rocky hills, kopjes and the Great Ruaha River itself; Ruaha is also home to an incredible diversity of wildlife, including some of the largest populations of elephant and lion left anywhere in Africa. A birder’s paradise; more than 500 species of birds. Representing a biodiversity transition zone between southern and eastern Africa, many species overlap and crossover resulting in a unique wildlife display.

Despite being the largest national park in Tanzania and one of the largest in Africa, Ruaha is a little known and untrammelled wilderness. Most commonly reached by plane from Dar es Salaam, Ruaha features among the southern circuit safari destinations of the Selous, Katavi and Mahale national parks.