Kitulo National Park & Ruaha National Park
Kitulo Plateau is a gentle place where wildflowers, birds, and some antelope and zebra are the main attractions. In 2005 a new species of monkey was discovered in the forests on the western side of the Park. It is a type of Mangabey now named Kipunji. Endemic species of butterfly, chameleon, lizard, and frog further enhance the biological wealth of God’s Garden.
Ruaha National Park – where Rivers, mountains, plains, rock kopje, swamps, dense woodlands, open savannas spread out across an immense landscape that has barely been touched by man.
Wooded hillsides, many with rounded granite outcrops and scatterings of huge baobabs, are dissected by sandy, rock-strewn seasonal rivers and streams running down to meet flood plains and seasonal swamps, many of which end up in the Great Ruaha River