Ibanda Kyerwa National Park
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The Ibanda KyerwaPark is a new park in 2019, founded in the Kagera region in Tanzania. This is the park where the three countries of Tanzania, Rwanda and Uganda borders’ meet and is an important destination to add on your Tanzania Safari Tours. The park is rich in wildlife attractions and sunrise and sunset are easily seen. KageraRiver is the main source of water for this park and nourishes its rich resources. The Tanzanian government has done a brilliant job in developing this spectacular park that was once a game reserve into a national park. Now IbandaKyerwa Park Safari that would soon rival all the other Parks and safaris in Tanzania and the world.
The Park is exceptional gifted with a variety of attractions ranging from savannah, lakes, rivers and swamps inhabited with different kinds of wildlife. The park is endowed with various wild animals such as African Buffalo, Hippos, Leopards, Antelopes like reed buck and roan and birds.
- Ibanda-Kyerwa National Park is an exceptionally gifted place with a variety of attractions ranging from savannah, lakes, rivers to swamps inhabited with different kind’s wildlife.
- The park is endowed with various wild animals such as African Buffalo, Hippos, Leopards, Antelopes like reed buck and roan and birds.
- Shooting and Hunting safaris are the most common activities in this area and for the adventure explorers this is a best place for you.
- Best Time: From June to September (when the area is dry.)
From Bukoba to Murongo (220 km). From Chato to Murongo (327 km). From Murongo to the Park (3 ½ km). From the airstrip at Ibanda to Murongo (110 km).
There are airports at Chato and Bukoba from which light aircraft can fly to Ithanda Village or an airstrip within the Park.
- Wild animals
- Kagera river
- Game drive
- Walking safari
- Bird watching
- Hunting safari
- Karenge bush camp, Ntende hotel, Al -tawakal hotel
- Best weather: From October to November
- Wet season: From March to May
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