Tanzania Wildlife Safari To Katavi National park

The bulk of Katavi supports a hypnotically featureless cover of tangled brachystegia woodland, home to substantial but elusive populations of the localized eland, sable and roan antelopes. But the main focus for game viewing within the park is the Katuma River and associated floodplains such as the seasonal Lakes Katavi and Chada. During the rainy season, these lush, marshy lakes are a haven for myriad water birds, and they also support Tanzania’s densest concentrations of hippo and crocodile.Safari To Katavi National park

Tanzania Wildlife Safari To Katavi National park – Booking Information

Use our Booking form to get a details of our Tanzania Wildlife Safari To Katavi National park Package includes how to prepare for safari in this Park (What to pack) the type of accommodation stay and their standard while in safari (Lodge, Camping or Permanent Tented Lodges), Departures dates, Prices, and Best time to go for Safari in Tanzania.

Katavi’s most singular wildlife spectacle is provided by its hippos. Towards the end of the dry season, up to 200 individuals might flop together in any riverine pool of sufficient depth. And as more hippos gather in one place, so does male rivalry heat up – bloody territorial fights are an everyday occurrence, with the vanquished male forced to lurk hapless on the open plains until it gathers sufficient confidence to mount another challenge.

Best to know in Katavi National Park

  • Has the highest hippo and crocodile population in the country.
  • Over 1500 buffalos roaming the plains, along with a vast varity of other african wild animals.
  • Its undisturbed natural landscape makes it stand out above the other more regularly visited Parks in the country.
  • The name Katavi immortalises a legendary hunter, Katabi, whose spirit is believed to possess a tamarind tree ringed with offerings from locals begging his blessing.
  • The animals rely on the Lake Katavi with its vast short grass flood plains in the north, the palm fringed Lake Chada in the southeast, and the Katuma Riverfor water throught the year.

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  • The best months to visit are in the dry season of May – October since the Park is inaccessible in the rains.
  • Tented camps only open in Dry Seasons.
  • Dry Season: May to October and mid-December to February.
  • Rainy Season: the long rains are from March to May, which makes the road impassable.
  • Temperature range between 15° C at night and 35° C during the hottest hours.

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  • Game driving in a 4×4 car to view the abundance animals and birds it has.
  • You can do a walking safari on request.
  • Has over 400 speices of birds and large flocks of pelicans, making it a good place for bird watching.
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