Mikumi National Park
Mikumi national park this national park we call it “the Savanna of light”, The grassy plains of mikumi, encircled by mountain ranges, are like a colorful bowl shimmering in a play of ever skies and light. And the floor of this bowl has a prolific wildlife, in which the huge herds of animals, elephants and roaring of the lions are some of the many highlights.
The flood plains provide a habitat for diverse bird fauna, with both resident species and number of migrants that fly here to escape from Eurasian winter.
The gentle foothills and vast miombo woodlands savanna that spread out in the southern parts of the park are quite another world. It is here that one of most magnificent antelopes in Africa, the sable antelope, still roams, and this area continues to form part of the corridor or ancient migratory route, by which animals move between the Selous game reserve and mikumi national park plains.
Here we can see some animals like Banded Mongoose,Giraffe, Elephant, Leopard,, Warthog, Zebra, Buffalo, Duikers, Hyena, Blue monkey, Serval cat , Wildebeest, Topi, Impala, Kongoni, Dik-kids, Waterback, Bohor Reedbucks, Klipspringer, Hippopotamus, Bush Pig, Olive baboon, Vervet Monkey, Senegal galago, Bushbaby, Eland, Thomsons gazelle, Impala, Bat –eared fox, Grands gazelle, Heartbeest, Jackals, caracal , Cheetah , Lion, lots of birds, insects and many wild plants.