Ruaha National Park is located in the southern tourist circuit where game viewing starts the moment the plane start landing. A group of giraffe races beside the airstrip is common scenery. A parade of zebras across the runways of giraffe's is another fascinating view. It is Tanzania's 2nd biggest park located 128km (80 miles) west of Iringa.
In the distance, beneath a bulbous baobab tree, a few representatives of Ruaha's group of elephants -
During the dry season, the Great Ruaha and its tributaries offers a spectacular viewing of impala, waterbuck and other antelopes risk their life for a sip of life-
Ruaha National Park is unusually high diversity of antelope is a function of its location, which is transitional to the acacia savannah of East Africa and the miombo woodland belt of Southern Africa. Grant's gazelle and lesser kudu occur here at the very south of their range, alongside the miombo-