5 Days - Mikumi/ Ruaha

Day 1 - Depart Dar es Salaam for Mikumi National Park
After a short briefing, depart Dar for Mikumi. Lunch at Vuma Hill Camp/Mikumi Wildlife Camp. Afternoon game drive in Mikumi National Park, which is rich in wildlife with numerous buffalo, elephant, lion, wildebeest, zebra and giraffe. Dinner and overnight at Vuma Hill Camp/Mikumi Wildlife Camp

Day 2 - Depart Mikumi for Ruaha National Park
After breakfast, depart for Ruaha National Park. Lunch in Iringa. Afternoon game drive of Ruaha National Park . Dinner and overnight at Ruaha River Lodge

Day 3 - Full Day Game Drives in Ruaha National Park
After breakfast, full day game drive of Ruaha with picnic lunch.Ruaha is the second largest park, and second largest elephant sanctuary in Tanzania. The wide variety of animals include Greater and Lesser Kudu, roan and sable antelope with rich birdlife including over 370 species recorded. Dinner and overnight at Ruaha River Lodge

Day 4 - Depart Ruaha for Mikumi
After breakfast, short game drive of Ruaha National Park. Depart for Mikumi with picnic lunch. Dinner and overnight at Vuma Hill Camp/Mikumi Wildlife Camp

Day 5 - Depart Mikumi for Dar
After breakfast, short game drive of Mikumi. Depart for Dar es salaam. Late lunch in Dar. All Meals Included End of Trip.





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