Mkomazi National Park

This park contains 90% of all botanic species found in Tanzania with one third classified as the most unique in the world. It is also home to the Mkomazi Rhino Project that involves the re-introduction of a number of black rhino from South Africa. It is hoped that the rhino will breed before being relocated to its traditional natural habitats within Tanzania. The Captive Breeding Program for the African hunting dog is another project for the preservation of endangered species that is based in Mkomazi.

Features: Dry savanna bushlands, Rhinos and Wild dogs
Activities: Vehicle and Walking safaris