It was great to see the travel article I wrote for Africa Geographic featured for #traveltuesday across all their social media channels. It was received really well and drew some good attention to this incredible National Park.
Here’s a little excerpt:
“You would be forgiven if you have never heard of Ruaha National Park, it seems to be one of the best kept secrets in the safari world. But those that know it and have been fortunate enough to visit it, return again and again to this truly unique and diverse wilderness. Before you reach for a map and think about planning a trip, let me give you a few reasons why you might want to investigate this amazing place and put it to the top of your 2018 safari wish list.
1 – Predator Paradise – Ruaha supports an incredible and globally important predator population. It has the second largest lion population left in the world, supporting almost 10% of Africa’s remaining lions, and is one of only 6 lion populations in the world numbering over 1000 individuals. It is also a hotspot for Africa’s most elegant felines – providing a home to one of only four east African cheetah populations with over 200 adults. Because that might not be enough to convince you Ruaha also supports the third largest population of endangered African wild dogs, an abundance of leopards and both striped and spotted hyena.”
To read the full article click the link below.
If its inspired you to want to visit Ruaha National Park yourself, then let me know as I run photographic safaris to Ruaha on a annual basis and would love to have the opportunity to share this incredible national park with you. Details of my current safaris can be found here or you can contact me here to register your interest and be added to my mailing list who receive all the latest information on safari availability