Kitulo National Park
Kitulo national park in Tanzania is located in the Mbeya and Njombe region covering an area of 412.9 square kilometers, this park is the first park in tropical Africa to be established to protect flora.
Kitulo national park was first established in 2002 and in 2005 it was gazetted as a national park, the park protects montane grasslands on the Kitulo plateau with 45 endemic orchids and 350 wildflower species.
Kitulo national park is home to a variety of wildlife species and birdlife, wildlife in the park includes the 25 most endangered primates, animals in this park include reedbucks, Angola pied colobus, blue monkey, Kipunji monkey, lizards, chameleons, lizards, and butterflies.
Birds in Kitulo national park include cisticola, kipengere seedeater, endangered blue swallow, Denham’s Bustard, and many more.
Safari activities to do in Kitulo national park include swimming, mountain climbing, hiking, and bird watching.