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Short Trip to Mikumi

Day-trip to Mikumi national park

If you are only passing Dar es Salaam without having the time for a Safari, still, you do not have to miss the beauty of the Tanzanian wilderness and animal abundance. Mikumi national park lies quite close to the busy city and allows you to dunk into the world of pure nature for one day- but it will be a long day. Early in the morning around 4 to 5 a.m. you will be picked up at your hotel in Dar es Salaam and start your drive to Mikumi. After a 4 hours drive you will meet the first Impalas, Baboons, Elephants, Zebras, Giraffes, Buffalos,Wildebeests… and very probable Lions as Mikumi is famous for it. In small pools Hippos are bathing to cool them down. The Mikumi plain is full of animals also due to the connection in the south to the Selous game reserve, the biggest of Africa. In the evening you will arrive back in Dar es Salaam full with rich impressions.


2-Day-trip to Mikumi national Park

If you have time to spend two days in Mikumi, the better. Do not miss the unique experience to overnight inside the park surrounded by wild nature. Stanley’s Kopje is a tented camp, situated on a small hillock in the middle of the plain. From the restaurant, on the top of the hill, you can let your eyes wander 360° over the plain and observe the migrating animals. If you have to care about your budget we recommend you the Tanswiss lodge or Angalia tented camp that are both very good alternatives outside park but close to the border and only some minutes from the Mikumi entry gate away.

Please do not hesitate to contact us for an inquiry, we are looking forward to driving you to Mikumi and let you experience the wilderness of Tanzania.



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