Udzungwa Mountains National Park

Just 60 km from Angalia are Udzungwa Mountains, the second most bio diverse national park in Africa. Udzungwa is part of a chain of mountains called the Eastern Arc, also known as the African Galapagos for the great variety of endemic species that it treasures. Its forest is exuberant and magical, with trees over 30 meters high interlaced with lichens, mosses and ferns, barely letting in the sunshine. A paradise for hikers. After a walk in the park, you can enjoy a refreshing swim in the natural pools of crystal clear water formed by the Sanje Falls.


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Posted: July 22, 2013


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