Mikumi is the Swahili word for the Borassus palm tree. Mikumi National Park is the fourth biggest park in Tanzania covering a zone of 3,230 sqkilometers. It lies on the western piece of Dar es Salaam and effectively got to from the city being on the fundamental street of Morogoro and Iringa. Mikumi National Park is situated between the Uluguru Mountains and the Lumango extend, Mikumi National Park has a wide assortment of wildlife that is anything but difficult to spot and very much acclimatized to game survey. Its vicinity to Dar es Salaam and the measure of wildlife that live inside its outskirts makes Mikumi National Park a prominent alternative for end of the week guests from the city or for business guests who don't have long to spend on an all-inclusive safari schedule. Mikumi National Park is dazzling in the early morning and late evenings when its all-encompassing perspectives are upgraded by the light and its wildlife is at its generally dynamic. Game drives around the Kisingura circuit, hippo pools and Vuma slopes are among the most fulfilling. The open skylines and plenteous wildlife of the Mkata Floodplain-the mainstream part of Mikumi National Park, attract visit correlations with the more celebrated Serengeti Plains. Befuddled by a decent circuit of game-review streets, the Mkata Floodplain is maybe the most solid spot in Tanzania for elands which are the world's biggest gazelle. More prominent kudu and sable pronghorn that live in the miombo secured foothills of the mountains that outskirt the parks. During the dry season is the best for game survey around the waterholes, for the herbivores as well as their predators – the lions and leopards. More than 400 birdd species have been recorded, with such vivid normal occupants as the Lilac-breasted roller, Yellow-throated Long hook and bateleur bird joined by a large group of European migratory species during the wet season.
Game Drive, Walking Safari, Aerial safari
Mikumi is Tanzania's fourth-biggest national park
It's likewise the most open from Dar es Salaam.
With nearly ensured wildlife sightings, it makes a perfect safari destination for those absent much time.
The broad Mkata floodplain is an ideal place to spot lions as they lazily survey the vast herds of buffalo, zebra, wildebeest, and impala that roam the grasslands. Elephants seek the shade of acacia stands while hippopotamus wallow in pools close to the entrance gate.
Most Attractive point of Park The Mkata flood plains.