3 Days from$1500 p/p in USD
Guided, Large Group, Small Group
Mikumi National Park is the fourth largest national park in Tanzania and one of the less visited. It’s scenic savannah landscape is home to giraffe, elephant, zebra, eland, impala, kudu, wildebeest and much more, including over 400 species of birds.
Safari types:Family Safari, Guided Safari, Wildlife Safari
You will visit:Mikumi National Park
Wildlife:Birds, Antelope, Zebra, Giraffe, Hippo, Buffalo, Wildebeest, Baboon, Kudu, Eland, Warthog
Activities:Game Drive, Birding
Getting around:Game Viewing Vehicle
Start/end:Start/end in Dar-es-Salaam
Mikumi National Park
Area: 3230 square kilometers
Geographical Location: 295 km from Dar es Salaam and 330 km from Ruaha National Park
Price Per Person – USD
From USD 1,500 per person
- Accommodation & 3 meals a day
- English speaking Driver/Guide
- Safari vehicle with pop up roof
- Government charges/park fees
- Flights & visas
- Personal items and expenses
- This itinerary is owned and delivered by ‘Pamoja Kilimanjaro & Safaris‘
- All prices are ‘From’ and may vary at the time of booking
- Display price is usually based on two people sharing
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Day by Day Overview
Depart from your hotel in Dar-es-Salaam by private car just after breakfast and drive to Mikumi National Park. Arrive in the afternoon for game drives which takes you up until the late hours when you drive to Camp Bastian for dinner and overnight.
Mikumi National Park near Morogoro, Tanzania, was established in 1964 and is the fourth largest national park in the country, covering an area of 3,230 km². The park is crossed by Tanzania’s A-7 highway, which divides the park into two areas with distinct environments. In the northwest there is the alluvial plain of the river basin Mkata and vegetation consisting of savannah dotted with acacia, baobab, tamarind and some rare palms. There are also the spectacular rock formations of the mountains Rubeho and Uluguru. The southeast part is much less accessible and less rich in wildlife.
After breakfast, drive back to Dar es Salaam where you will be dropped off at the place of your choice.