Mkomazi Safari—3 days

The Mkomazi National Park in Tanzania is a magnificent, 3,500 square kilometer national park in northern Tanzania. Remote and initially inaccessible, it was established in 1951, but never attracted the financial support provided for the better-known wildlife strongholds such as the Ngorongoro Conservation Area and the Serengeti National Parks. Only since 1989, when the Tanzanian Government re-examined the reserve’s status and designated it a National Priority Project, has its true significance and importance been recognized. Today, it is accessible and ready to host you.


Day 1: Arrival and transfer to Mkomazi

A Native Expeditions Africa Safaris representative will pick you up from your hotel or Airport in Arusha to transfer you to Mkomazi National Park. Set below the verdant slopes of the spectacular Usambara and Pare Eastern Arc Mountain Ranges and overseen by iconic snow-capped peak of Kilimanjaro, Mkomazi is a virgin breathtaking beauty exhibiting unique natural treasures.

Mkomazi National Park is one of the few places where you can see endangered black rhinos in Tanzania, endangered wild dogs as well as many other species such as giraffe, eland, hartebeest, zebra, buffalo, elephant, and the long-necked gerenuk.

Birders are not left out of the party either. You will have the opportunity to spot more than 450 avian species recorded including endemics such as the cobalt-chested vulturine guinea-fowl and other large ground birds such as ostrich, kori bustard, secretary bird and ground hornbill. Migratory species are also present here such as the Eurasian roller

Day 2: Mkomazi National park full-day experience

After breakfast on the second day, we will go on a full day of game viewing taking packed lunch with us to maximize our time.

Dinner and Overnight at the accommodation of your choice.

Day 3: Return to Arusha

On the third day, we will enjoy an early morning game drive and later return to the campsite for breakfast. There will be a chance to look out for more games as we start the drive back to Arusha to your preferred drop-off point.




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Tanzania is home to some of Africa’s most famous national parks and natural attractions, including majestic Mount Kilimanjaro. Consequently, the most popular things to do in Tanzania and the reason many people visit the country, are safaris and wildlife-related adventures.