Ruaha National Park

Largest national park in Tanzania. The park is part of a more extensive ecosystem, which includes Rungwa Game Reserve, Usangu Game Reserve, and several other protected areas.

It is famous for its large population of elephants, with about 10,000 roaming the park. It is also frequented by birdwatchers, with 436 species having been identified of an estimated total of 475. Among the resident birds are different species of Hornbills, Kingfishers and Sunbirds. Also many migrants visit Ruaha, e.g. the White Stork

Other special animals in Ruaha are the African Wild Dog and the Sable Antelope. Rhinoceros were last been sighted in 1982 and are probably extinct in the park due to poaching.

 

The best times to visit for predators and large mammals is the dry season (May–December) and for birds and flowers, the wet season (January–April).

 

Flights on Inducement: Minimum 2 Passengers


DAR ES SALAAM to RUAHA National Park

Schedule -  (Daily)

Flt 173 - Dep 07:00 Dar Es Salaam to Ruaha National Park Arr 09:30 (Flight via Iringa)

Flt 174 - Dep 09:45 Ruaha National Park to Dar Es Salaam Arr 12:00 (Flight via Iringa)
 

IRINGA to RUAHA National Park

Schedule -  (Daily)

Flt 173 - Dep 09:00 Iringa to Ruaha National Park Arr 09:30 (Direct Flight)

Flt 174 - Dep 09:45 Ruaha National Park to Iringa Arr 10:15 (Direct Flight)