Saadani National Park

Saadani National Park

Overview

Saadani National Park, Tanzania's first beach front wildlife haven is situated on the Indian Ocean coast around 45 Kms North of Bagamoyo and straightforwardly West of Zanzibar. It is Tanzania's most youthful national park, covering 1,100 sq km and offers a totally one of a kind safari condition, joining that most uncommon of formulas – waterway, shrubbery and shoreline. The surprising Wami River frames the southern limit of the Park. From the vast ocean, you can vessel into the stream mouth and inside minutes you are passing cases of hippo and lolling crocodiles. The diversion is abundant in the inland shrubbery: lion, leopard, hyena, giraffe, more prominent kudu, red duiker, reedbuck, warthog, waterbuck, wildebeest and zebra. The whole Eastern limit of the park is set along the Indian Ocean where white shorelines stretch to the skyline in the two bearings, and sand islands seaward give great swimming and swimming. The park contains numerous indigenous species including Liechtenstein's hartebeest and the uncommon Roosevelt sable. Great populaces of elephants live in Saadani as complete a few crowds of wild ox and various huge gatherings of hippo and crocodile. The bird life is likewise broad here. Strolling safari is an energizing knowledge – as the acknowledgment of the obscure nearness around you is underscored by each clamor, your faculties become sensitive to your environment and you gain a more prominent energy about the earth. Bottlenose dolphins are basic off the southern bank of the park, whales go through the Zanzibar direct in October and November and green turtle breed at Madete Beach.

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