In November of 2019 Tanzania got a new designation of National Park. A huge part of the the immense Selous Game Reserve was subdivided and named Nyerere National Park. This is now Tanzania’s biggest National Park; at 30,000 square kilometres, it’s over twice as big as the world famous Serengeti!
The park is named after Tanzania’s first president, the beloved Julius Nyerere. Located on the southern circuit it is relatively quiet and free of tourist crows. Vast amounts of wildlife and the amazing Rufji River make this a top safari destination.