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Katavi National Park is one of Tanzania's most remote parks and a true hidden gem. It is only just beginning to gain recognition for its beauty and the quality of its game viewing. Katavi is remote in the extreme and with just 650 visitors a year, is the ultimate 'off the beaten track' safari destination. This park is for those who like to visit the most remote places away from the crowds. Visitors will probably see more lion than other visitors and Katavi has the highest concentrations of hippo in the world. It is also not unusual to see herds of over 1000 buffalo.
|Contact :||Director General|
|Tel :||+8821 621 277 242|
|Cell :||+255(0)76 753 6128|
|Fax :||+255(0)27 250 8216|
|Email :||Click Here|
|Host Website :||Click Here|
|Fee/s :||Entrance fees: USD30.00 per person. Vehicle fees: USD40.00 per day. (Feb-19)|
|Facilities :||Lodging, Camping, Airstrip|
|Game Viewing, Game Drives, 4WD Trails, Picnics, Hiking Trails|
|More Activities:||Driving. Camping safaris. Near Lake Katavi. Visit the tamarind tree inhabited by the spirit of the legendary hunter Katabi.|
|Notes on Activities:||(Some activities may be offered nearby).|
There are also guesthouses and bandas available to visitors. (July-15)
ACCESS TO KATAVI NATIONAL PARK:
By air: Fly directly to Katavi from Mlele.
By railway: Tazara Railway from Dar-es-Salaam to Mbeya (Iyunga), then by road using public transport.
By road: From Kigoma via Uvinza and Mpanda to Katavi National Park. (July-15)
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