Ruaha National park is home to some of the largest populations of elephants in any African park along with large herds of buffalo, giraffe, zebra, impala, eland & hippos. Predator species such as lions, leopards and crocodiles are also found in substantial numbers in this park.
Ruaha is also home to some rare species including sable and roan antelope, dikdik, greater and lesser kudus, grants gazelle, honey badgers and is second only to Selous Game Reserve for the largest population of wild dogs.
Let our experienced guides show you the wealth of biodiversity Ruaha has to offer with game drives and walking safaris.
Blending in beautifully with its surroundings, the safari campsite is tucked below a dappled riverine canopy on the banks of the Jongomero sand river, a natural pathway for animals in search of water.