Katavi National Park

Katavi National Park

Overview

Katavi is situated in the furthest west of Tanzania, near Lake Tanganyika and the great Mahale Mountains National Park however miles from for all intents and purposes wherever else. It is remote, untamed and bristling with wild animals. Katavi has a place with the animals – in this immaculate, unexplored wild, there are no people for miles and miles. An ideal spot to encounter Africa at its wildest! Katavi is one of Africa's monstrous unsettled areas that is stuffed with diversion, the sheer amount and assortment of which is likely unmatched anyplace on the landmass! A sentiment of wonder hits you seriously from the minute you first observe the diversion dispersed over the flood fields. Groups of bison, a few thousand in number brush on the fields, cases of a few hundred hippo pack the seasonal streams, crowds of elephant feed on the fields and drink from the springs. Notwithstanding the wild ox, hippo and elephant, the park holds immense amounts of crocodiles, topi, giraffe, hartebeest, sable, roan, waterbuck and reedbuck and expansive populaces of predators – lion, hyena, leopard. The park is uncommonly various in both greenery and at its middle are a few vast flood fields and the tight waterways that move through them. An expected 4,000 elephants may meet on the region, together with a few groups of 1,000 or more bison, while a wealth of giraffe, zebra, impala and reedbuck give obvious targets to the various lion prides and spotted hyena tribes whose domains unite on the flood fields. As the dry season advances, Katavi winds up drier and hotter and amusement progressively focused; this is the best time to visit Katavi, among June and October. A kaleidoscope of in excess of 400 types of birds, including – Angolan Pitta, Blackfaced Barbet and the Blue Swallow bounces over the acacia, the riverbanks, the marshes and palm forests while flotillas of pelican journey the lakes.

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