Katavi National Park

Katavi offers the intrepid safari seeker a true wilderness experience and it’s about as far as possible one can be from the more popular tourist routes

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Located in western Tanzania, the remote Katavi National Park is a great stop along the western circuit tourist route. Encompassing Lake Katavi, the Katuma River and picturesque Lake Chala, Katavi National Park stretches across roughly 4500 square kilometres of unspoilt Tanzanian woods, open savannah and wetlands.

This park is the third largest in the country and is home to the world’s largest herds of buffalo. It boasts a wide array of bird and animal life, including leopard, elephant, zebra, lion and the densest hippo and croc populations in the country.

Visitors can enjoy excellent bird and game viewing, and fascinating walking safaris.