Mkomazi National Park
Mkomazi National Park is a magnificent, 3,245 square kilometer national park in northern Tanzania. The name was derived from Pare tribe’s word for “scoop of water” meaning little water as the area is too dry especially during the dry season.
Tourists are able to watch rhinos at close range. Mkomazi National Park erected electric fence with two area’s where the black rhino are. One is for breeding an one is for tourists where they can watch the Rhino’s during a special trip with cars from the park.
Many animals can be found during a game drive. You can go with your own car, by a locally rented safari car with guide or with a tour operator.
A special package is offered which is combining a one day visit to Mkomazi and a stay @ MamboViewPoint eco lodge.
The park is offering walking safaris, starting from the main gate.
Mkomazi welcomes you to come and see this carnivore.
Around 450 species of birds are also found in the park