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Mikumi Hotels Lodges Camps Tanzania: African Spice Safaris offers Mikumi National Park hotel bookings and reservations. These include self-catering accommodations and lodgings to luxury lodges and hotels.
We also make reservations for Mikumi National Park budget camping, tented camps, guest houses, bed and breakfast, private homestays, resorts, restaurants to house rentals, and all-inclusive Apartments.
Mikumi National Park is the fourth largest park in Tanzania covering an area of 3,230 sq km (1,225 sq miles). It lies to the west of Dar es Salaam. The park is on the main Morogoro and Iringa roads and is an easy 4-hour drive from Dar es Salaam. The main road runs through the park.
Mikumi National Park is located between the Uluguru Mountains and the Lumango range, The Park has a wide variety of wildlife that is easy to spot and well acclimatized to game viewing.
Mikumi is stunning in the early morning and late afternoons when its panoramic views are enhanced by the light and its wildlife is at its most active. Game drives around the Kisingura Circuit, Hippo Pools, and Vuma Hill are among the most rewarding.
The open horizons and abundant wildlife of the Mkata Floodplain, the most visited part of the park, draw frequent comparisons to the more famous Serengeti Plains. The world’s largest antelope, the greater kudu, and sable antelope live in the miombo (mostly Brachystegia trees) covered foothills of the mountains that border the parks.
Other trees that occur in the park and are not to be missed are the giant Baobabs especially one in the south of the park which is considered to be the largest in the area. Hyphaene and Borassus palms are dotted through the park and the scleroderma whose fruit is favored by elephants.
Lions, giraffes, zebra, impala, and huge buffalo herds live on the open grass plains, the woodlands, and rocky outcrops. Mikumi is also known for the ebony trees (used to make woodwind instruments such as clarinets) which grow in abundance.
During the dry season, the best wildlife viewing is around the waterholes not only for the herbivores but also for their predators – lions and leopards.
In addition to the animals, Mikumi over 300 species of birds has been recorded in the park. Eurasian migrants flock to the park from October to April to join the park’s resident inhabitants.
Mikumi National Park hosts a number of the most beautiful hotels and resorts known to the world. For those seeking fine hotels and resorts, Mikumi National Park offers some of the best five-star accommodations in Tanzania.
Among the best hotels includes Angalia Tented Camp, Asante Afrika Camp, Camp Bastian Mikumi, Mikumi Bush Camp, Mikumi Faru Tented Campsite, Stanley’s Kopje Campe, and Tan-Swiss Lodge among others.