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Mikumi National Park in Tanzania

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Mikumi National Park is renowned for its populations of antelope, particularly eland, greater kudu and black antelope.

For a unique experience, head out into the wild lands of Mikumi National Park. It is a place where lions, leopards and hyenas roam freely and where you can experience the sights and sounds of Africa without the crowds. The park is the ideal destination for a safari! It is home to a wide variety of animals, including the Big Five. It is a high place of biodiversity with more than 30 species of mammals, 20 species of butterflies and more than 1200 plants. A word of advice: be sure to see the living hippos in the mud pools just 5 km north of one of the entrances! A place that lends itself very well to wildlife observation is the plain of Mkata! It is a place where you can see lions, gazelles, zebras and wildebeests playing but also where you can see elk, greater kudus and sable antelopes. Near the water spots you will have the opportunity to find crocodiles, hippopotamuses and many migratory birds.

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Mikumi National Park in Tanzania