Lions relax up trees, while hippos bathe to the north, in Tanzania’s 4th largest national park, Mikumi. Situated on the northern border of the larger Selous Game Reserve, in central eastern Tanzania, this park is divided into two distinct regions: the northwest alluvial plains of the Mkata River Basin, with its savannah landscape, Acacia and palms; and the less hospitable and less accessible region to the southwest. To the west of the park, the Rubeho Mountains offer a striking silhouette. More readily available than other parks in the area, Mikumi National Park is a reliable destination for game viewing year round, but particularly during the dry season, from May - November.
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