GUIDE ON KATAVI NATIONAL PARK IN TANZANIA
A dramatic change in conditions from the wet season to dry results in the disappearance of lakes and marshes, and the gathering of water-dependent wildlife close to vanishing water sources. The ecosystem that in the early rains is lush and gentle, rich with flowers, birds, insects, reptiles and graceful ungulates, gradually changes to a harsh, raw battleground where tiny streams, that are all that remain of the wide-spread waters, heave with pods of hundreds of grunting hippo and nests of slithering crocodiles up to five meters in length, all competing viciously for a cool dip in the life-giving wallows. In the heat of the midday sun, mud encrusted elephant step between boulders like tumbles of dormant prehistoric behemoths while lionesses sprawl on the cracked earth as if dropped from a great height. In the early morning and late evening, vast herds of grazing animals trek from their day-time forage grounds to brave waiting predators in a death-defying bid to find a sip of water to sustain them, making for spectacular photo safari opportunities as the daily drama unfolds. Because it is so remote, many more activities are permitted on an adventurous trip to Katavi than in other national parks in Tanzania. Off–road game driving, night drives, guided walks and fly-camping are all distinct ways to explore this fantastic, timeless Tanzanian dream tour destination.
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WHERE TO STAY IN KATAVI
Within the Safari Tiered ranking system, there is great flexibility as each camp and lodge in Katavi offers a specific ambience in a very individual manner, from Palahala, Katuma to Chada Camp.
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SAFARI & TOUR IN KATAVI
Katavi delivers an authentic safari experience whether it be photo stalking for a chestnut coated sable in the thickets, on the lookout for rare birds or hoping to see a cheetah bring down a duiker.
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BEST TIME TO VISIT KATAVI
During Katavi's drier months of June to October, the animals are visible against short, dry grass while crowding into dwindling water sources in herds of thousands amidst stalking predators.
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EAST AFRICA SAFARI TRIP IDEA FOR KATAVI IN WESTERN TANZANIA
When visiting Katavi National Park, we recommend combining your safari with a visit to Serengeti for the wildebeest migration safari and Mahale - Lake Tanganyika region for the primate chimpanzee safari. You may optionally extend out to other wilderness areas in Southern Tanzania i.e. Selous or Ruaha ending with a beach vacation and Swahili cultural tour in the exotic spice island of Zanzibar.READ MORE
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