Mikumi National Park
Mikumi National Park is an easily accessible and very attractive park. It features a variety of habitats, including woodlands, forests, and savannah, each offering its own species waiting to be spotted.
It is a huge natural area and is linked with the Selous meaning there is quite a bit of animal migration between the two areas and a huge overlap in terms of what type of animal you can find.
Picture the zebras on the plains, the gazelles, and the zebras, as well as the warthogs, wildebeest, buffalo and impala. And maybe you will find some shy eland in the open spaces, or you can try your luck to find the greater kudu and the sable antelope in the woodlands across the road.
Lions and hyena can be anywhere, again the open savannah or the waterholes might see you get lucky. And of course spotting the majestic elephants striding across the grass towards their next drink or feed is truly an unforgettable sight.
At night the low light pollution from the surrounding areas means you can really enjoy the starry night, before closing your eyes and dreaming what you might see the next day.