Mikumi Wildlife Camp
The camp is a well established and comfortable hideaway in Mikumi National Park where guests can enjoy spectacular wild animals and birdlife. Mikumi Wildlife Camp is also sometimes referred to as Kikoboga Lodge.
Mikumi Wildlife Camp Highlights
Mikumi Wildlife Camp is also sometimes referred to as Kikoboga Lodge, this large establishment is situated adjacent to the main park headquarters in the centre of the reserve, just three hundred metres off the busy TanZam highway. The whole lodge looks out over a waterhole which tends to get rather busy during the dry season, with elephant, buffalo and impala being regular visitors. The camp has commanding views across the Mkata Flood Plains and is within easy reach of some of the more interesting areas of the park including the hippo pools
- Best time to visit is during the dry months from May to December.
- Sometimes referred to as Kikoboga Lodge.
- Located near The Uluguru Range where buffalo and zebra migrate.
- Mikumi is the 3rd largest park in Tanzania.
Mikumi Wildlife Camp Game Viewing and Activities
Mikumi National Park is a prime game viewing area. Lion, elephant, buffalo, giraffe and numerous other mammal species are seen regularly in close vicinity of the camp. Birdlife is also fantastic, with over 400 species recorded. The camp concentrates primarily on game drives, however by special arrangement guests can take a walking safari to the source of the Kikoboga River to relax rather than going on a game drive. Specialised day wildlife watching, game driving and photo safari opportunities are also offered.
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Mwagusi Safari Lodge
Mwagusi Safari Lodge offers a secluded location on the banks of the Mwagusi Sand River. It is a small intimate safari camp. This safari lodge offers visitors a traditional old-style African tented safari experience in the remote and wild Ruaha National Park.
Stanley’s Kopje Camp is the sister lodge of Vuma Hills Camp, both located in the Mikumi National Park and within driving distance. As the name suggests, the camp sits on a rocky kopje and overlooks the Mkata floodplain and the Mwanamboga waterhole.