Named for the Great Ruaha River that traverses the southeast portion of the park, Ruaha National Park is one of the roads less traveled by tourists. While not as popular a destination or as accessible as the parks to the north, its rugged terrain, and rocky escarpments offer a richly diverse and less crowded safari experience. The horizons are dotted with Baobab trees and Acacia, while herds of elephants wander in search of water and food. The annexing of the Usangu Game Reserve into the park in 2008 made Ruaha the largest national park in Tanzania.
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