The Mkomazi National Park is a magnificent, 3,500 square kilometer national park. The Mkomazi National Park is a spectacular wilderness. Within sight to the northwest is Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest summit. To the south, the Pare and Usambara Mountains form a dramatic backdrop, and, to the north, Kenya’s vast Tsavo National Park shares a border with Mkomazi, making common ground for migratory herds of elephants, Oryx, and zebra during the wet season. Together with Tsavo, it forms one of the largest and most important protected ecosystems on earth. Mkomazi is the southern tip of the Sahel zone. It is a classic dry-country reserve of grey-green nyika bush, ancient baobab trees, and isolated rocky hills. Elsewhere, the seas of bush give way to open savannah woodlands of umbrella acacias and mbugas – shallow valleys of grassland.
The animals, too, are typical of the arid nyika. Giraffe, oryx, gerenuk, hartebeest, lesser kudu, eland, impala, and Grant’s gazelle share the reserve with elephant, buffalo, and numerous predators, including lion, leopard, and cheetah. In all, 78 species of mammals have been recorded. The birds of Mkomazi are even more numerous, with over 400 recorded species. Doves, hornbills, weavers and guinea-fowl are all present in large numbers – as well as such striking species as the martial eagle and violet wood-hoopoe.
Arrival at Kilimanjaro airport after clearing customs, Find your Tiem tours Driver/Guide who
will be at the airport waiting for you holding a sign board with your name on it. The driver Will take us to a hotel in Moshi (Overnight, dinner and breakfast).
Day 1: Mkomazi National Park
After breakfast start a journey to Mkomazi National Park for a full game drive having a picnic Lunch in the bush, there will experience and get a chance to see black rhinos and wild dogs (Mkomazi is vital refuge for two highly endangered species, the charismatic black rhino and The sociable African wild dog). Late evening drive to Camp/Lodge for dinner and overnight.
Day 2: Mkomazi National Park
After breakfast, Full game driver at Mkomazi National Park with picnic lunch in the bush. There will experience and get a chance to see other wild animals like elephants, buffalo, and Numerous predators, including lions, leopards, and cheetah. Late evening drive to Camp/Lodge For dinner and overnight.
Day 3: Mkomazi National Park – Marangu Water Fall – Moshi Town
Early in the morning depart for the Ndoro Waterfalls in Marangu for some post-prandial fresh air. The thirty-minute hike to the base of the waterfall will lead us through a lush green forest and a steep climb down to the rocks. Enjoy the sparkling waters tumbling down the falls from the rock side or take a refreshing dip in the pool itself. You’ll get a nice sit down as we casually motor back to Moshi; we won’t complain if you have a crafty snooze on the way Although there’s always something to see as we wind through the villages, foothills, and roadways back to Moshi Town. Overnight at hotel in Moshi (Overnight, dinner and breakfast).
After breakfast depart to Kilimanjaro International Airport for a flight or proceed for your next travel.
Why should you go to Mkomazi park?
- The park is not well known and because of that, it has its charm. It’s not crowdy and the animals are acting naturally.
- Almost all species can be found.
- Mkomazi is vital refuge for two highly endangered species, the charismatic black rhino and the sociable African wild dog.
- It’s a cheap alternative for the northern national parks.
- Accommodation on full board
- All national park fees
- A highly – credentialed English Speaking Driver /Guide during your journey.
- Three meals a day while on safaris
- Mineral water on a board safari vehicle
- Transportation in a 4×4 safari vehicle (Private) and all airport transfers
- Government taxes
- Tanzania Visa: $50 per person on arrival, USA and CANADA passport holders USD.100
- International flight
- COVID 19 Certificate test fees – But we can help you to get it on time.
- Meals and transfers other than those specified in the sample itinerary.
- Items of a personal nature such as laundry, drinks, and other expenses at hotels, gratuities to safari guide, waiters and waitress at the hotel, etc.