Udzungwa Mountains National Park

Udzungwa Mountains National Park, Kidayi: Hours, Address, Udzungwa Mountains National Park Reviews: 4.5/5

Udzungwa Mountains National Park

Udzungwa Mountains National Park
4.5
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
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12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
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Monika W
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Beautifull experience!
Jan 2021
Wonderful hike, a beautiful place for swimming under a waterfall. A guide is needed. I recommend trail the Sanje waterfall and especially with the guide Renata. Professional support all the way, she show to us many animals, beautiful places near the waterfall. Very very nice lady.
Written January 12, 2021
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Team Silas Tanzania🇹🇿
Mikumi National Park, Tanzania20 contributions
Great Adventure Hiking
Sep 2020 • Business
My experience to this lovely Mountains is amazing and I like to visit regularly,the birds,monkeys,big trees and,long water falls are the most attracting,i would recommend this place.
Written September 25, 2020
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Jüri E
Tallinn, Estonia12 contributions
A rainforest without travelling to America
Nov 2019
Good hike to Sanje waterfalls. The track is under the forest canopy, so you get a good rainforest feeling. We were also lucky to get 15 minutes of rain, pouring from the bucket. That completed the feeling of hiking in a rainforest. The water in the waterfall pool is refreshing. Also the red colobus monkeys. No birds though - they are either hiding high in the trees or just staying away from the hiking track. In the evening visited the local village - rented bikes and had a tour of the market, rubber plantation, sugarcane plantation etc. Was really interesting to get a feeling of the village life.
Written November 15, 2019
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clement4475
Paris, France41 contributions
Beautiful forest and view
Aug 2019 • Solo
Best view I have ever seen in my life. Bit sportive trek but totally worth it. You will also see a lot of tree used by local tribe to cure themself. Very very interested
Written August 16, 2019
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Kenny
Canada4 contributions
Beat Safari Experience!
Jan 2019 • Friends
The team of Tanzania Horizon Safaris, We traveled with whole family and did book for the first time with a local travel organisation and we did not go wrong. We booked 6 Days Safari to Selous Game R, Mikumi National Park together with Udzungwa Mountains National Park.We are VERY satisfied with the trip to those parks and Luxuary Tented Camp accommodation were provided during our trip. Our driver and guide Said was excellent, He was kind, positive, supportive, drove very well, and was very clever to find animals eg Lions ( we saw more than 25 in our 6 Days!), showed a great knowledge etc, We will especially recommend him for trips!

Communication before, during and after the tour with Elizabeth (Sales & Guest Relations Manager) was wonderful, words will never be enough!. All in all, we had an amazing experience with my family, I highly recommend them.
Written February 2, 2019
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Paul Mwasapi
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania44 contributions
Spectacular Views 👌🏾
Sep 2018 • Solo
This place has scenic views rich in tropical vegetation and epic hike-able hills 🌿

Here are some useful details :-
Udzungwa is in Morogoro Region 154 Km from the township and Morogoro is about 200 Km from Dar es Salaam (the Commercial capital of Tanzania) ✍️ -
Udzungwa Mountains National Park is a national park in Tanzania with a size of 1,990 km-square, there are more than 400 bird species, 2500 plant species and 6 primate species making it a SECOND largest biodiversity of a national park in Africa ✍️ -
One of the most visited attractions in the park is Sanje Waterfalls this is a multi-leveled waterfall with 3 levels the tallest being slightly above 170 meters of height making it the tallest waterfall in the country easily accessed by a day hike of 8 Km for a complete circuit ✍️ -
Written September 24, 2018
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Paul B
3 contributions
Sanje Falls Circuit Hike
Feb 2018 • Family
The circuit hike is longer and slightly more difficult than up and back to the falls, but we had a wonderful guide (Petu) and saw giant millipedes, a black mamba snake, three types of monkeys...then enjoyed a much-needed swim in the pool underneath the third falls. A magical and tiring day!
Written February 21, 2018
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Yonafika A
51 contributions
Discover East Africa Udzungwa Tour Trip
Jan 2018 • Friends
Are you a water fall lover? If yes,then the best place for water fall observation is at Udzungwa. It is an amazing place with a good hiking experience as well as camping experience. Its a not to miss list on your Tanzania bucket list
Written January 7, 2018
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yasdnil55
Scotland26 contributions
Waterfall Trek
Jan 2017 • Couples
Walking, swimming, monkeys - brilliant day trip!
We were taken on the waterfall trek by a local student, who had brilliant knowledge of all the animals and plant species, and we were very lucky to spot both the red colobus and the sanje mangabey monkeys, which was very special. Swimming in the waterfall pools was a lovely way to cool down after the walking.
Written December 18, 2017
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TravelTembo
Minnesota62 contributions
Nice park, especially for primates
Oct 2017 • Family
We came primarily to track and see the endemic Sanje Mangabey. Our visit to track these primates was booked the night before so that we could alert the park's guides in advance. The troop is habituated and followed almost daily by park staff so there's a reasonable chance of seeing them.

You need to be quite fit - for any of the hikes. Lots of steep uphill and downhill - and quite intense heat and humidity. Bring plenty of water. We were lucky to see the Mangabeys after 4 hours of hiking and another 2 down back to park HQ.

Quality of park quides was variable, but the three we had tried quite hard and were helpful and friendly. Park fees, compared to northern Tanzania, are very reasonable.
Written November 3, 2017
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