Udzungwa national park The shining jewel of the Eastern Arc Mountains. Udzungwa national park is the most significant example of the natural world of the Eastern Arc Mountains that run in a chain through the whole of Tanzania. It is the forest of the park that makes Udzungwa unique in East Africa. As there is no other place where an unbroken series of forests stretching from an attitude of 250meters up to more than 200 meters has been successfully preserved. They change in aspects to an amazing extent with an increasing altitude from lush lowland rain forest up to the foggy or mist montane forests.
There are innumerable natural details to be found in this park that place it in a class of its own on a world scale, no less. There are number of species among the flora and fauna that are endemic to Udzungwa national park, and astonishingly, these even include two medium-sized monkey live exclusively in these forests. Here we can see some animals like Iringa Red Colobus,Yellow Baboon, Dik-kids, Waterback, Bohor Reedbucks, Klipspringer, Hippopotamus, Bush Pig, Olive baboon, Vervet Monkey, Senegal galago, Bushbaby, Eland, Thomsons gazelle, Impala, Gerenuk, Grands gazelle, Heartbeest, Jackals, Lion, Leopard, Hyean, Warthog, Zebra, Buffalo, Duikers, Elephant, Giraffe, lots of birds, insects and many wild plants.