Ruaha is now Tanzania’s largest national park. The main feature of the park is the Great Ruaha River, which attracts loads of animals in the dry season and offers excellent wildlife viewing. All big cats are regularly seen, and wild dogs are the star attraction. Elephants and a big variety of antelope species are another big draw to the park. It also has outstanding wilderness appeal, with limited exclusive, luxury camps available.

This remote landscape lying in the centre of Tanzania is the country’s largest National Park. Ruaha National Park is home to an astonishing amount of giraffes. The park also houses elephants, cheetahs, leopards, kudu and lions. Being the largest park, it means that there are much fewer crowds than in the more famous ones such as the Serengeti, making your safari experience much more authentic. The Great Ruaha River makes game viewing particularly special during the dry season