• Duration: 1 day
• While game drive you can expect to see giraffe’s, antelopes, Zebras, and if lucky lions and elephants and many more animals
• Lunch box
• Entrance fees
• Tour guide charges
Mkomazi National Park is located in north eastern Tanzania on the Kenyan border, in Kilimanjaro Region and Tanga Region. It was established as a game reserve in 1951 and upgraded to be a national park in 2006.The park covers over 3,200 km2 and is dominated by Acacia-Commiphora vegetation; it is contiguous with Kenya’s Tsavo West National Park.
The area commonly called ‘Mkomazi’ is actually the union of two previous game reserves, the Umba Game Reserve in the east (in Lushoto District, Tanga Region) and the Mkomazi Game Reserve in the west (in Same District, Kilimanjaro Region); in government documents they are sometimes called the Mkomazi/Umba Game Reserves. Of the two, Mkomazi is larger, and has more diversity of relief and habitat, and a longer shared border with Tsavo West National Park. In the rest of this entry ‘Mkomazi’ will refer to both the Mkomazi and Umba reserves together.
An early start is very essential picked up from the hotel with parked lunch start a straight drive to mkomazi national park it is approximately 120 km from moshi town about one hour drive, arrive at the park and after registrations you will inter the park and start the game drive expect to see giraffe’s, antelopes, Zebras, and if lucky lions and elephants and many more. Although a visit to mkomazi Rhino Sanctuary can also be organized but on extra charges as it is a private sanctuary for the rhino projects so visitors can visit in contributions of the mkomazi rhino project proceed with game drive till very late in the evening start the drive back to moshi where the safari ends by dropping you off at your booked hotel.
Policy & Terms
Days : 2 | Nights : 1