Ruaha national Park is a remote bastion of spectacular wilderness, undisturbed wildlife, and breathtaking scenery. Ruaha’s wilderness, together with the surrounding game reserves of Rungwa and Kisigo, stretches over 40,000 square kilometers, a vast expanse which contains herds of more than 10,000 elephants, enormous concentrations of buffalos, gazelles, some of Africa’s last remaining wild hunting dogs, and over 400 bird species.
Because of its rather remote location, Ruaha National Park is off the beaten tourist track. Because of this, a safari to Ruaha often has the feel of a private adventure and invariably offers a unique personal experience. For the intrepid wilderness lover and the avid safari explorer, a trip to Ruaha to this perfect piece of Africa is uniquely rewarding.