Ruaha National Park
Ruaha National Park is a national park in Tanzania, East Africa, known for its diverse wildlife and rugged natural beauty. The park covers an area of approximately 20,226 square kilometers (7,809 square miles) and is located in the heart of Tanzania, in the southern highlands.
Ruaha National Park is home to over 570 species of birds and 10,000 elephants, making it one of the largest elephant populations in Africa. The park is also known for its large populations of lions, leopards, cheetahs, giraffes, zebras, and a variety of antelopes.
In addition to its diverse wildlife, Ruaha National Park is also known for its stunning landscapes, including rugged hills, rocky outcrops, and the Great Ruaha River, which flows through the park and is home to hippos and crocodiles.
The best time to visit Ruaha National Park is during the dry season, from June to October, when wildlife congregates around the river and waterholes. However, the park is open year-round and offers a range of activities, including game drives, walking safaris, and birdwatching.