Saadani is unique for its extraordinary diversity of scenery and wildlife.
Beach, bush and river have been thrown together in such a colorful clash of ecosystems that that there is nothing to compare with it on the Eastern Coast of Africa.
Good populations of elephants, buffalo and numerous large groups of hippo and crocodile, lion, leopard, hyena, giraffe, greater kudu, red duckier and reedbuck, warthog, waterbucks, wildebeest, zebra, liechstenstein, hartebeest, the rare Roosevelt sable and bird life is extensive.
Bottle nose dolphins are common off the southern coast of the park; whale’s pass through Zanzibar channel in October and November and green turtle breed at the Madete beach.
Saadani village has one of the oldest communities in East African Coast.
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The Tent With a View Safari Lodge is situated north of Dar es Salaam on the Mkwaja coastline. It lies just beyond the boundary of the Saadani National Park with indigenous bush to one side and a beautiful white sandy beach …
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Saadani Safari Lodge lies nestled in a horse shoe bay on the East coast of Tanzania. Its famous for a contageous spirit of friendship emanating from the local community and staff, some of whom helped set up the lodge from …
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