Udzungwa National Park

Udzungwa National Park

Covering up to 1990 sq km Udzungwa National Park contains the greatest altitudinal range of forests in East Africa. The national park is the only place in East Africa with unbroken forest cover from lowland forest communities at below 250m above sea level. Udzungwa national park is bordered by the Great Ruaha River to the north, Mikumi National Park and Selous Game Reserve located further to the north and east.

The national park is a great source of water for a large number of endemic species of both animals and plants. The park is home to number of primates out of which colobus and Sanje Crested Mangabey are the rarest which can be spotted only in Udzungwa National Park.

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