Nyerere National Park

Nyerere National Park, apportioned out of the Selous Game Reserve is a newly and largest National Park in Africa covering an area of around 30,000 square Kilometres. It was established in September, 2019 in honour of the founder of the Nation the late Mwalimu Julius Kambarage Nyerere.

With over 30,000 square Kilometres, Nyerere becomes the largest National Park in Africa, with the largest wilderness area in the continent that has comparatively undisturbed ecological and biological processes, including diverse range of wildlife with significant predators and prey affiliation.

The sheer volume of game in the Nyerere is just outstanding. The might Rufiji with its fame population of hippos, Rhinos and unforgettably a large number of carmine bee-eaters has several seasonal channels flanked by grassy plains, dunes, steep banks and borassus palm forests, which its waters flow to the Indian ocean. The river has been designated as a photographic zone and is a popular tourist destination.

Elephants, buffalos, lions, zebras and Impalas are found in greater numbers, and the park together with the remaining part of Selous has the last true stronghold for African wild-dogs

Visitors to this vast park will be able to enjoy the widest diversity of safari activities in the country, like boating safaris as well as standard game drives, walking safaris and legendary fly camping trips.

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