Explore the Galapagos of Africa! The Udzungwa Mountains are a part of the chain of Eastern Arc Mountain ranges that rise high above the flat coastline of Tanzania. Ancient and remote, these mountain massifs are one of the world’s largest treasure-chest of biodiversity and the region is often rightly called the ‘Galapagos of Africa’. Discover crystal clear, sparkling streams and gushing waterfalls on a hike through the jungles here. With a little luck, you will also spot the endemic Udzungwa red colobus monkeys, Grey-faced sengis or rare White-throated Guenons. The park has over 400 registered species of birdlife and is very popular with bird-watchers!


  • Landscape
  • Wildlife


  • 400 Bird Species
  • 2500 Plant Species
  • Amazing Biodiversity
  • Hiking Trails

Places to Stay

Udzungwa Forest Tented Camp

Style: Lodge

The Udzungwa Forest Tented Camp (also called Hondo Hondo, due to the many hornbills inhabiting the forests) borders the stunning Udzungwa Mountains National Park.

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