Covering 1,900 kilometre square landmass, Udzungwa Mountains National Park is the largest biodiversity in Tanzania and second largest in Africa. The national park habitat is a combination of tropical rainforest, grassland, miombo woodland and mountain forest.
Udzungwa Mountains National Park is a great place to sightsee a variety of birds, primates and plants. The park houses over four hundred species of birds. Primates such as the Sanje Crested Mangabey and Iringa Red Colobus can only be found in the
Tourists visiting the Udzungwa Mountains Nationa Park will enjoy a wonderful time hiking and trekking through trails. Hikers seeking adventure should visit for a four hour Sanje Waterfalls trail walk or the Mwanihana trail which is more challenging. The park has a fascinating landscape and visitors can have access to swim in the waterfall.
Visit Udzungwa and take part in a one day or 6 day nature trail characterised by stunning waterfalls and rocky terrain.