• Mkomazi National Park is one of the few places where you can see endangered black rhinos in Tanzania;
  • You’ll also have the chance to see endangered wild dog as well as many other species such as giraffe, eland, hartebeest, zebra, buffalo, elephant and the long necked gerenuk.
  • Bird spotting is excellent with more than 450 avian species recorded including endemics such as the cobalt-chested vulturine guinea-fowl and other large ground birds such as ostrich, kori bustard, secretary bird and ground hornbill. Migratory species are also present here such as the Eurasian roller. Make sure your binoculars are at the ready. 

Sample Itinerary



Morning pick up from your hotel and departure to Mkomazi National Park. Arrive in time for a full day of game viewing. After a hot lunch we’ll go back to the camp in the evening to clean up and share stories around the campfire.
Accommodation: Mkomazi Campsite.
Meals: Lunch & Dinner.


After breakfast drive we’ll go for a full day of game viewing taking a packed lunch to mazimize our time. Most of the animals that you’ll see are endangered species, particularly the black rhino and wild dog along with several bird species. After an exciting day wildlife viewing we’ll drive back to the camp in the evening.
Accommodation: Mkomazi Campsite.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner.


We’ll enjoy an early morning game then go back to the campsite for breakfast. They’ll be a chance to look out for more game as we start the drive back to Dar es Salaam. We’ll take you back to your hotel or to the airport to catch your flight home.


Mkomazi Campsite

Mkomazi is Tanzania’s youngest National Park having been gazetted in 2006. It has been a Game Reserve since 1951. It is one of the few areas where you can see rhino in Tanzania. It is also an IUCN special bird area and camping at one of the National Park Camp sites gives you a great opportunity for birdwatching.

Mkomazi is vital refuge for two critically endangered species: black rhino and wild dog, both of which were reintroduced in the 1990s. Nomadic wild dogs may be seen anywhere in the park, but the black rhino are restricted to a fenced sanctuary to ensure their safety.

Camp sites have basic facilities and provide an opportunity to hear the sounds of the night.
Mkomazi is home to several dry country species that are rare elsewhere in Tanzania including the fringe-eared oryx, the lesser kudu and the gerenuk.

This is an adventurous and rewarding destination for dedicated wildlife lovers, conservationists and birders. Your Daigle Tours guide will do everything possible to make sure you have a comfortable and enjoyable stay.

Package is inclusive of:

  • Park fees;
  • Three meals each day cooked for you;
  • Accommodation;
  • Professional Tanzanian Guide;
  • Game drives;
  • Outfitted Land Rovers with roof hatches, fridge, charging sockets, and Bluetooth radio for music;
  • All camping gear including tents, mattresses, sleeping bags, tables, chairs.
  • One bottle of mineral water per day.
  • Daily safari briefing to keep you aware and prepared for the next day.

Package is exclusive of: –

  • Travel visas;
  • International Flights;
  • Insurance;
  • Alcoholic Beverages;
  • Tips;
  • All items of personal nature.


To find out more or make a booking please contact us or use our booking form. If you’re dreaming of a Tanzanian safari we’ll make it happen.

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