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Mkomazi National Park

Mkomazi National Park is a protected area located in north-eastern Tanzania, near the border with Kenya. It cover an area of approximately 3,250 square kilometres and is home to wide variety of wildlife, including several endangered species.

The park is known for its stunning scenery, which include rolling hills, open savannah, and rocky outcrops. It also home to the Mkomazi River which provide a vital source of water for the park’s wildlife.

Mkomazi is home to several endangered species, including African wild dogs, black rhinos and cheetahs. The park is also home to a variety of other mammals, including elephants, giraffes, zebras, and many other. The birdlife in the park is also diverse, with over 450 species recorked.

Visitors to Mkomazi National Park can go on a self-drive trip to see the wildlife as well as enjoy guided walks, and hikes to explore the park’s natural beauty. The park is also a popular destination for birdwatching, with many species of birds found in the area

In addition to its natural attractions, Mkomazi National Park is also known for its conservation effort. The park is home to several conservation projects aimed at protecting endangered species and preserving the park’s ecosystem. Visitors can learn about these projects and the importance of conservation efforts in the region

Overall, Mkomazi National Park is a unique and beautiful destination for self-drive trip that offer visitor a chance to experience the natural beauty of wildlife of northeaster Tanzania while also supporting important conservation effort


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