Situated just 300 kilometres away from the capital, Mikumi is Tanzania’s fourth largest park and one of its most accessible national parks, composed of low-lying wetlands flanked by mountains on either side. A diverse menagerie of wildlife exists within the park’s 3230-square-kilometre area, including lions, buffalo, buck, civet, crocodiles, snakes, lizards, hippos, zebras and even packs of wild dogs, seldom seen in other parts of the continent. The floodplain also supports over 400 species of bird, both resident, and migratory species. Visitors can look forward to a variety of activities including wildlife viewing, bird watching, visiting the educational and research centre and view the massive collection of baobabs near Mbuyuni.
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