Home to the largest herds of buffalo on the planet, Katavi National Park is a relatively untouched wilderness paradise, situated in the western area of Tanzania. The park boasts a wonderful array of habitats, which range from flood plains of thick reeds and dense waterways that teem with hippo and crocodile to woodlands, open grasslands, forests and pristine seasonal lakes. Visitors to the area can seek out the legendary tamarind tree, which is said to house the spirit of a great huntsman named Katabi. Here, they can place an offering at the base of the tree in memory of this exceptional hunter.
How do I get to and around Tanzania?
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Remote Western Tanzania – Chimps and Big Game
Travel off the beaten path to Tanzania's remote west, enjoying unspoiled and isolated landscapes
9 Days, 8 Nights | From USD 7 448| Arusha / Katavi / Mahale
Tanzania – what should I pack?
With only 13.5lbs (20kgs) to spare you may need assistance with your packing list
Why visit Katavi National Park?
Game viewing at Katavi is prolific, as the reserve is inhabited by a multitude of antelope species, predators such as lion, leopards and hyena, elephant and over 400 different bird …