This is the Africa’s Largest National Park! The Park with staggering size of 30,893km2 The Park experiences bimodal rainfall season and the short rains fall in November and December and are followed by a partial drying out in January and February. Thereafter, the long rains follow ending in early May. It is located at an altitude between 100 and 400 meters above sea level
The Park has numerous attractions to enjoy. Some of the best attractions in the Park include the ability to see the big Five, Large concentrations of elephants and Hippos some rare species of antelopes like Roan Antelope, Brindled Gnu, Lichtenstein hartebeest, roan, and sable antelopes, Kudu bird life is diverse and abundant. More than 440 species of birds have been recorded! with rare species of pel’s fishing owls The Rufiji River full of abundant wildlife, largest population of African wild dogs to mention but a few. The Park is also endowed with beautiful and scenic landscapes that add to the beauty of this majestic place.