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Safari from Zanzibar to Ruaha National Park

Safari from Zanzibar to Ruaha National Park

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Ruaha National Park is the largest National Park in Tanzania, covers an area of about 22,000 km². It is one of the few of Tanzania’s famous wilderness areas, whereby the experience of game viewing spiced up by the exciting landscape and its Great Ruaha River. The park has a high concentration of elephants, and magnificent mammals like greater and lesser kudus, sable and roan antelopes can easily be spotted in miombo woodland. The park is also a habitat for endangered wild dogs, leopards, cheetahs, giraffes, zebras, elands, impalas, bat-eared foxes and jackals.

When you are visiting Zanzibar and/or Dar Es Salaam, Ruaha National Park is only a short flight away. From Zanzibar we fly daily to one of the best National pak in Tanzania. In few minutes you will be in the middle of the bush and the amazing wildlife. The possibilities are unlimited… a quick Day Safari, Flying out of Zanzibar early morning, a full day game drive with a bush lunch included, and before the sun sets over Zanzibar, you will be back, or even more perfect, spend a few nights… so you can explore and feel the real African Bush experience.

RUAHA - one of the least busy places to visit in Tanzania

WILDLIFE SPECIES IN RUAHA NATIONAL PARK

The wider Ruaha area hosts 10% of the world’s lion population and has been a Lion Conservation Unit since 2005. It’s not uncommon to find prides of more than 20 lion in the parkLeopard stalk the thicker woodland areas, while cheetah can be found scanning the plains for prey. The wild dog is endangered, but Ruaha is home to almost 100 of them. There are healthy populations of hyena and black-backed jackal too. 

Elephant are seen in high densities during the dry season, when they gather around the dry riverbed to dig for water with their trunks and front feet. The park is also home to plentiful buffalo, zebra, giraffe, greater and lesser kudu, Lichtenstein’s hartebeest, waterbuck, bushbuck, and impala. 

There are more than 570 species of birds, including the eponymous Ruaha red-billed hornbill. Migrant birds from Europe, Asia, Australia and Madagascar arrive during the rainy season between February and April.  

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TRIP INSIGHT TANZANIA by Air packages are available year-round, subject to availability of accommodation and internal flights. INCLUSIONS: All logistics starting and ending at Dar es Salaam or Zanzibar International Airport, all light-aircraft flights within Tanzania, private road transfers from airport to hotel in Zanzibar, all park fees and taxes, shared safari activities, all meals and house drinks on safari, and half-board basis (breakfast and dinner included) on Zanzibar, and medical evacuation insurance. EXCLUSIONS: International flights to Tanzania, Tanzania entry visa, inoculations, gratuities, additional activities, meals and drinks.

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ZANZIBAR AND RUAHA MAPS

Ruaha & Zanzibar Safari FAQ

Ruaha National Park is renowned for its excellent wildlife-sighting opportunities. Combined with the low numbers of visitors, this makes it a spectacular destination. The wider Ruaha area hosts 10% of the world’s lion population and has been a Lion Conservation Unit since 2005.

The middle and end of the Dry season (June to October) is the prime time for watching wildlife in Ruaha National Park. Animals are easier to spot because the bush thins out and wildlife concentrates around trusted water sources.

Tanzania; Ruaha National Park is a national park in Tanzania. The addition of the Usangu Game Reserve and other important wetlands to the park in 2008 increased its size to about 20,226 km2 (7,809 sq mi).

 Ruaha is 625km from Dar es Salaam and 130km from Iringa. Travel time depends on the traffic and state of the roads but is around nine hours from Dar. By air – Daily scheduled flights fly into the park’s two airstrips (Msembe and Jongomero) from Arusha, Dodoma, Kigoma and Dar es Salaam.

The greater Ruaha landscape holds around a tenth of the world’s lions: it is the second largest lion population left after Selous, and is one of only six lion populations left in the world that still has over 1000 lions.

From May 2021 a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test certificate with QR code is required for all travellers using a sample collected within 96 hours before arrival to Tanzania. Fully vaccinated travellers are also required for a negative RT-PCR COVID-19 test certificate with no exception.

minimum of three days should be what you allocate for your Zanzibar holiday. There is so much that you can do and enjoy in Zanzibar, from simply walking on fine white sand beaches to scuba diving in the Indian Ocean as well as the spice tour among so much more.

Yes, you can drink alcohol in Zanzibar, but be discreet. If you drink in the appropriate places and respect the local Muslim culture, having a few drinks is fine.

The average price of a 7-day trip to Zanzibar is $2,386 for a solo traveler, $4,285 for a couple, and $8,034 for a family of 4. Zanzibar hotels range from $38 to $217 per night with an average of $64, while most vacation rentals will cost $20 to $400 per night for the entire home.

The best time to visit Zanzibar is during the archipelago’s dry season, from July to September, which is a very popular time to travel. However, it’s worthwhile travelling at most times of year, with balmy temperatures between 28°C and 34°C and sunshine the norm.

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