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Katavi National Park

Recently extended southward to cover some 4500 sq km the main features of Tanzania's third largest park, located about 40 km southeast of the town of Mpanda, are Lake Katavi, with its vast floodplains, the palm-fringed Lake Chala and the Katuma River. The park is noted for its Miombo woodland and is home to buffalo, elephant, leopard, lion and zebra. Antelope species include eland, impala, topi, roan, and sable. Water fowl are abundant with Lake  Chala particularly rich in bird-life with over 400 species recorded. Katavi also boasts Tanzania's greatest concentration of hippo and crocodile.

Getting there: By chater flight from Arusha or Dar es Salaam. Or a day's drive from Mbeya or, in the dry season, Kigoma.

7 Days Discover Mikumi, Udzungwa & Selous
7 Days Discover Mikumi, Udzungwa & Selous
Enjoy swimming at Sanje Waterfall in combination Wildlife viewing in Mikumi & Selous Game Reserve
Discover the Untouched Flora & Fauna of the Southern Tanzania
Discover the Untouched Flora & Fauna of the Southern Tanzania
Explore beautiful flowers of Kitulo Plateau known as "The Garden of God" with the combination of Southern Tanzania Wildlife.
10 Days Discover Luxurry Safaris in the South
10 Days Discover Luxurry Safaris in the South
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Discover the Untamed Southern Tanzania
Discover the Untamed Southern Tanzania
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8 Days Discover Mikumi / Udzungwa / Ruaha / Selous
Visit unexploited and unmatched Southern Tanzania Attraction, More game actitives are available.
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